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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



THE PEOPLE: WHAT THEY DO 



ACTIVITIES 



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FEATURES 



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SPORTS 



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THE PEOPLE: WHO THEY ARE 



ADMINISTRATION 



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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 



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GREEKS 



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ORGANIZATIONS 



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CLASSES 



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THE PEOPLE: 

WHAT THEY DO 





Activities 




SOUTHERN'S OWN MS. MISSISSIPPI 





MfNDENHALL 



HOME OF 

MOLLIE MAGEE I 

Mlll^ 1975 



MOLUE MAGEE 




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NO, NO, NANNETTE! 




WEST SIDE STORY 




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JERRY JEFF WALKER ENTERTAINS 







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THE JAZZ LAB BAND PERFORMS 

The Jazz Lab Band j^ots into some; hdiivy j;izz rock thai you can relax 1)\- or pop youi 
fingers to. 




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SADIE HAWKINS DOES IT AGAIN!! 



Women's Lib "once again" takes over as the girls ask the 
guys to party. 




We danced, mingled, and had a "good" time. 




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INTERNATIONAL NIGHT 




Do you want to learn more about the eating 
habits of foreign countries? Then let's all get 
together and go to the University Commons to 
enjoy the foreign delicacies prepared on 
International Night. 




STUDENT UNION GAMEROOM 



What is a gameroom? 

A place to socialize; meet old friends, make new ones; 
participate in healthy competition; develop 
sportsmanship; but most of all, have a GOOD TIME! 









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ELECTION 75 



Getting Involved: 

As citizens become more aware of their privilege to 
vote, elections are gaining more and more attention in 
the campus as well as the state elections. Candidates 
for offices campaigned and offered solutions for 
improving our state and University by working 
together for progress. Together, We Can Make It 
Happen. 




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SOUTHERN EXPOSURE GETS IT ON 



Southern Exposure puts on a show that makes 
everyone want to join in. Their vibrating beats 
and melodious voices blend together to 
produce a show that is just too good to miss. 




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HERE FOR THE PARTY 




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Bottom and Company were hore for the party. It was their first performance and 
they really had it together. When they played their hit tune, "Here for the Party", 
it was just the way we like it. This fantastic group puts on a show that enraptures 
the audience and makes you want to clap your hands and pat your feet. Bottom 
and Company is well on the path to superstardom and succciss. 




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THE SPINNERS: ONE OF A KIND 




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The Spinners are one of a kind. They produce btuiutiful, tantalizing sounds that peopk; hum. tap Iheir 
feet to, chip their hands, and enjoy hstening to. Their super entertainers that know what's happening 
in music and how to relate it to the audience. As long as people continue to love good music, they'll 
have the Spinners around to enjoy. 




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"Hey Lou, whattaya say we go check out the night life?" 

"The what?" 

"Hardy Street, Maybe we can get a beer and stumble onto a 

bee-yutiful female-girl-of-the-opposite-sex." 

"Okay, I know this Physics stuff anyway. Let's go-your car 

or mine?" 
"How about yours— mine's sick again. •c#%$c* 

Volkswagen!" 

'I keep tellin' Ya— Ya gotta get a 12 year old B-flat Mustang!" 

"Yeah, and I hope your crankshaft . . ." 






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"Whattaya say we just get a cuppa Sambo's, Chuck?" 

"C'mon, Lou-Let's look around some first." 

"There ain't #&c% goin' on, man!" 

"Even Moby's is empty . . ." 





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"Must be havinjj an apathy rally. j(!ez!" 

"Whip the car around; LET'S GO CHECK OUT THE 

TOWN!" 

"Jeez, what is this?" 

"Iambic desp(;ration, 1 think." 




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"Well, whattaya think about this one, Lou?" 

'I think I'm gonna be sick, that's what! Did you see how that 

honey was hangin' all over that shaved ape?" 

"She obviously doesn't recognize polish, class and soo-avity 

when she see it." 
'Yeah. To know me is to get used to me. What's on at the 

movie theatres. Chuck?" 

"I dunno— forgot to look in the Printz. Check out the 

Broadacres— they've got the best popcorn anyway. 




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"Same ones as last week, Lou" 

"Let's go get some coffee." 

". . . Sambo's" 

"Yeah, four or five cups at least. I wanna make my eyes bug 

out." 

"Yep, nuthin' else to do." 

"Jeez . . ." 







THE END. 



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dormitory existence and life— you shared yoj 
thoughts . . . your food . . . your money . . . ev 
when you didn't want to . . . sneaked a keg of be 

up four flights in Elam . . . slept through tooi 
check on Saturday morning . . . shared pizza wit 

your room-mate while dissecting your biolo| 

project . . . did your own laundry and had yost 

best shirt come out "sock-stripe yellow" . . . aij 

ganged up on the roaches .| 



DORMUFE: 



A CONTRADICTION IN TERMS 





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STUDYING: 
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STUDENT AID 
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TAKING 



1'h(;r(; arc; those offices on campus which 
(!very students comes in contact with at 
some time durinj^ their stay at U.S.M. The 
first of these is the Afimissions Office where 
students receive their lirst ccmtact with the 
Administration of the University. This is the 
office (!V{!ryone hfjads for when something 
f^o(;s wrong. Next is th(! Office of the 
Registrar where transcripts and otht.-r 
student records are kept. R(!gistrati(jn is a 
bothersome necessity for all studfjnts. It's 
where the class cards for the class you have 
to have run out as you g(;t to the table. Mini 
Quarter is provided to show Freshmen the 
ropes, but they're out on Iheir own when 
Winter Quarter rcjlls around. The Business 
Office is busy year round collecting tuition, 
parking tickets and various other fees. The 
Student Aid and Scholarfihips Office stays 
busy helping students with scholarships and 
jobs in ord(!r to k(M:p the Busincjss Office 
going. 






CARE OF BUSINESS 




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Located in the Hub the Campus 

Bookstore offers most anything 

you could want. From Greeting 

Cards to CHff Notes, they've got it 

all. Directly across the hall from 

the Bookstore is the Post Office. 

This is a favorite place with 

students living on campus since 

the boxes are stuffed daily with 

letters from friends and care 

packages from home. Text books 

can be bought or borrowed from 

the Textbook Service. An orderly 

mass of textbooks, maps and 

workbooks, this store is 

especially busy during 

Registration. 




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The Clinic is available to all full- 
time students to take care of any 
health needs. Open twenty-four 
hours a day, the clinic's able staff 
is there to serve you. The 
Commons provides three 
balanced meals a day, including a 
special menu for those students 
trying to vi^atch their weight. The 
Hub offers a variety of snack 
foods in case you miss a meal or 
just want an inbetween meal 
snack. For food, music and talk, 
the Hub is the place to go. 



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USM, where finals come four times a year and ASB 

elections are "a matter of life or death", was 

fortunate enough to have a cartoonist who refused 

to take things quite so seriously. Tim Lockley's 

cartoons are offered here without further comment; 

they speak for themselves. 



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Nedra Allgood 












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Lynn Barry 



TIES 




Debbie Bodin 



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Diana Day 




Kim Freeman 



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Kim Kimbrough 




Mollie Magee 



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Carolyn Morris 




Diane Randall 



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MR. AND MISS USM 



Vernon Witherspoon and Jann Wykoff 



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sports 




FOOTBALL 



After a hectic 1-3 start, the Golden Eagles picked up and 
ended with a 7-4 record. As the almost completely new 
coaching staff and the players adjusted to each other, they 
combined their efforts to produce the following statistics. 

Out of 134 major college teams: 

—The Eagles ranked 10th in total defense by limiting 



opponents to 233.8 yards per game. 

—They ranked 13th on rushing defense, 15th on scoring 

defense, and 30th on pass defense. 

—They ranked 35th in scoring with a point total of 279, the 

highest for USM since 1952. 

—They set school records for total first downs, total rushing 

plays, and total rush-pass plays. 



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WON-LOST 




RECORD 7-4 




(VICTORIES UNDERLINED) 


OPP. 


USM 


14 Weber State 


10 


14 Bowling Green 


16 


8 Ole Miss 


24 


3 Miss. State 


7 


21 Memphis State 


7 


34 UT-Arlington 


7 


24 Louisiana Tech U. 


14 


43 Lamar U. 


3 


6 Alabama . 


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70 Cal-St.-Fullerton 





42 Brigham Young 


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Front Row (I to r): Whitney Jordan, Bobby Collins, Buddy Nix. Back Row (1 to r) Daryl 
Moody, Pete Jenkins, John ConUn, Ricky Packard, Mack Brown, Milow McCarthy, James 
Gallaspy, Larry Harrington. 



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Coach Daryl Mfjody. Playnrs: 15, K(^n Alderman; 7, |cll' Bower: 1H, |etT Hamnioiid; 12. |im Nyers. 







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Wide Receivers. Front row: Eddie Tate, Barry Gibson, Boo Smith, John Cannon. Back row: Coach Mack Brown, 
Greg Pieper, Steve McCarty, John McLendon. 



While the Golden Eagles 
passed a little less than this 
year's opponents, the 
receivers were ready, 
willing, and able. Pieper and 
Tate headlined the sure- 
footed, sticky-fingered 
receiver ranks, making key 
catches even against 
defensive giants. The Eagle 
receivers' importance soared 
this season as the veer 
offense went more 
confidently to the air, trying 
its wings. 



The story of this year's tight 
ends just can't be read from 
the year end statistics; they 
caught when catching was 
called for. Theirs is a 
success story of hard 
blocking in the two tight end 
formation. 




Tight Ends. Front Row: Keith Wakefield, John Pitts, Wally Ballard. Back Row: Joel Fleming, Coach Milo McCarthy, 
Rick Palmer. 



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01'f(:nsiv(MJn(^ Front K()w:;|()iTy Frtniiin, Siini Johiisoii, 'I'liii M(;{;,ill, I'firtcr 

Mitchell. Back Row: Amos Fowler, (Joiich Whiti'y )oi(l.iii, Km: Siiiilli, Krviii Oflciisivc Line, Front Row: F.ddic K.i()Iiin. Biirry Ciiudill, Stiinicy Sanders. 

Porter. IJiick Row: Eric Smith, (^oach Whitcy Jordan. Jerry Kr(;min. 





Offensive Line. Front Row: Clark Blackwell, Carly Powers, Stanley 
Sanders, John Humphreys. Back Row: Alan McCollough, Steve Boyette, 
Coach Whitey Jordan, Eddie Kaplan. 

The strength of the offensive line can be seen in the success 
of the running backs. The abihty of the offensive line to 
open holes in the defense allowed four runners to gain more 
than 400 yards this season. With nine players seeing action 
every game, competition was intense and improvement 
swift. The future appears even brighter as eight of the nine 
return next season. 



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Offensive Line. Front Row: Barry Caiidill. Bill Warner, unidentified. Back 
Row: Allen McPherson, Coach Whitey Jordan. Mickey Haggerty. 



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D(;fonsive Backs. Front Row: Brad Bowman, Norris Thomas, Rick Gemmcl. Back 

Row: Brad Byrne, Coach John Conlin, Billy Olsen. 



Aggressiveness was 

the major strength of 

the defensive 

secondary this year. 

Most practice time 

was spent on play 

recognition. Once 

the secondary knew 

what it was facing, 

the play could be 

stopped. This is 

evidenced by the 

Louisiana Tech and 

Brigham Young 

games. Ranked fifth 

and eighth in 

passing on the 

national level, the 

Eagle secondary 

held them eighty 

and sixty yards 

under their 

respective averages. 





Defensive Backs. Front Row: Malachi Henry, Emanuel Killingsworth, Don Law, Mike Crenshaw, Brad Foster. Back 

Row: Carl Allen, Terry Daniels, Coach John Conlin, Kent Newman, Phil Ewing. 



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Defensive Kiids. [•'roni Row: Rvi>,g\f (Jduin, Mike Will). ink, Hen I l.ilc H.K.k Row: Hohhy Sniilh.iil. J.irnes 
Henderson, Cryig Stevens, (Joach Ricky I'iickiird. 



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As with many other positions on the '75 Eaj^h' 
squad, the tiefensive ends were confronted with 
inexp(;rience. This, however, proved to be only a 
small problem as the four sophomores who playml 
always got the job don(^ Much work on the basics 
help(ul Smithart, Odom and Hill share playinj" time; 
throuj^hout. At the end of the season, Bishop Knox 
moved from noseguard and promises to proxide stiff 
competition for a starting slot next year. 



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Linebackers. Front Row: Ricky Allen, Ron Cheatham, Clark Blackwell. Back Row: Coach Buddy Nix, Rick 

Northam, Clemen Ector, Marty Stephan. 




Mobility and Strength were the main 

assets of the Eagle linebackers. They 

were all over the field frustrating 

opposing offenses. Senior Ron Cheatham 

led linebackers to their successful season. 

All of the others will be returning next 

season to show what they have learned. 



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N()S(!jJUiir(Is. FronI Row: R;in<ly Liitla, Bishop Knox, Ken Smilh. Hijok: (Joiich I'cic |ciikiiis. 




After beginning the year without 
a proven tackle, the Eagles ended 
with fiv(! prospective starters. All 
shared playing time, providing a 
depth unknown at Southern in 
previous years. Latta led the; pack, 
Vvith Basler, McCull, Nunez. 
Parker and Stevens close btihind. 
All are returning and all hope to 
start. 




Defensive Tackles. Front Row: Al;in McColloiigh, Rddie Nunez, (^oach Pete Icnkins, SIcm- Il.iniell. naviii 
Keith. Back Row: Randy Basler, Bob Wilson, Anthony Parkier. 



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Several humans, a dog that caught Nerf footballs, and a som(>times 
irrev(;rant mascot combined to form our spirit squad for 75-76. The lack of 
home football gam(;s shift(;d the emphasis to baskcitball where spirit, by 
Southern standards, ran rampant. 

Pictured, from Left to Right: Mildred Thomas. Mii<e Sartain. Susan Fasano. Steve Irwin. 
Ann Malone. Bill St. SinfJ. ShiMry Messer. Rusty McKinely. B. libera Burnzolt, I5avid 
McVeay. 




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HOMECOMING 




Homecoming returned to the football field this year as the Golden Eagles met 

California State at Fullerton on the Gulf Park branch of USM, our "Home Away 

From Home". Although many were skeptical about having a homecoming that 

was an hour's drive from home, spirit remained undimmed by the mileage. 

Festivities ranged from making displays to a party at the Sheraton. The only hint 

of dissatisfaction came from California State. The Golden Eagles handed the 

Titans a 70-0 defeat before returning to Hattiesburg. 



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Homecon^ing Court: Leigh Barry, Freshman Maid; Molhe Magee. - '> M-'" '■'" 
Wyckoff, Ser^ior Maid; jane Fortenberry, Homecommg Queen; Lynn C k- 
ridnale Maid; Vicki Garraway, Senior Maid; Ann Harrington, Sophomore 



Graduate Maid; 
Maid. 



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BASKETBALL 




USM 87 


Rice 


69 


USM 67 


Alabama 


91 


USM 82 


Arkansas at Little Rock 


75 


USM 77 


St. Bernard 


75 


USM 70 


Georgia 


96 


USM 94 


California at San Diego 


72 


USM 80 


Ole Miss 


77 


USM 87 


Arkansas State 


83 


USM 77 


Michigan State 


89 


USM 98 


CCNY 


65 


USM 91 


Northwest Oklahoma 


72 


USM 93 


Austin Peay 


102 


USM 77 


Georgia State 


84 


USM 86 


Tulane 


111 


USM 67 


Lamar 


84 


USM 75 


Georgia Southern 


73 


USM 70 


Memphis State 


84 


USM 59 


North Carolina at Charlotte 


84 


USM 67 


Tulane 


59 


USM 67 


Delta State 


65 


USM 75 


Northeast Louisiana 


88 


USM 67 


Centenary 


87 


USM 75 


Southeastern Louisiana 


78 


USM 72 


Memphis State 


87 


USM 60 


Georgia Tech 


65 


USM 65 


Mercer 


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Jumping off to a Jack Rabbit Start, the Golden Eagle 
Basketballers chased off pre-season fears of full- 
court doom, winning their first seven home games. 
Would-be soothsayers pointed to the obstacles that 
this year's hoopers would have to hurdle. Among 
these was the loss of last year's leading scorer, Mike 
Coleman, to that Grim Reaper of collegiate athletics, 
graduation. Another problem USM faced, especially 
in ever-important rebounding, was a lack of height 
in comparison with its opponents on this year's 
tougher than ever schedule; Southern's two 
returning centers, talented James King and a lighter 
Terry Branch, both stand six feet eight against many 
taller Backboard Battlers. Injuries were also a big fat 
question mark for the squad to come to grips with. 
James Palmer, a consistent three year starter, 
managed to come back slowly from troublesome 
knee surgery done last summer. Other injury prone 
players, such as Greg Prater, stayed strong and 
scored consistently this season. 



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The real monkey on the Eagles' backs this year, 
as in past years, was consistency. Almost 
identical to the team that upset nationally- 
ranked Utah State last year, this team ran 
circles around Rice and CCNY (taking third 
place in the Virginia Commonwealth 
Tournament), barely pulled out victories in 
pitched battle with Ole Miss and St. Bernard, 
yet fell disappointingly short with Austin Peay, 
Tulane, and others. Even though it may be 
called an up-and-down season with some 
hurdles caught by the trailing sneaker, this 
season's campaign was a solid team effort in 
the truest sense. Scoring was well spread out 
among the USM veterans; Lewis, Prince, King, 
Prater, Hawkins, Montgomery, Swilley and 
more than a half dozen others persisted in 
keeping the opposition on the run. 




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TENNIS 





The 1976 Golden Eaj^lc Tennis 
team is looking for its 
eighteenth consecutive 
winning seuison under Coach 
"Doc" Harrington. Prospects 
appear bright. Although some 
talent was lost to graduation 
the team has quickh' filled in 
the gaps. As of our publication 
date, practice had just begun 
and no firm roster was 
a\eiilahl(\ Whoex'er makes the 
team will hav(! plenty of 
c;hance to show his talent as 
the team faces one of its 
toughest schedules. 



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ATHLETIC 
ADMINISTRATION 



Roland Hall Dale— Director of Intercollegiate Athletics 





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Head Baseball Coach 




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Eugene Warren Clark— Basketball Coach 



Robert Hays Cleveland— Sports Information Director 



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BASEBALL 




The Golden Eagle Baseball Team faces 

the '76 season with a combination of 

optimism and apprehension. The team 

has gone through a recent period of 

expansion. There are now three 

coaches: Pete Taylor, Bob McBee, and 

Billy Breene. With his assistants, Head 

Coach Taylor has made baseball a 

year-round program at Southern. 

Combined with some new 

scholarships, the new program brought 

out more athletes to try out for the 

team than at any other time in USM 

history. Those who make it will face 

the toughest schedule in USM history. 

There are rough spots ahead, but 

prospects appear bright for this year's 

team. 




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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 
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Alabama 


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South Alabama 


8 


St. Bernard 


10 


Arkansas at Little Rock 


13 


Mississippi State 


14 


Mississippi State 


16 


Alabama 


17 


Louisville 


18 


Louisville 


25 


Ole Miss 


26 


Illinois W(!sl(!yan 


27 


Illinois Wesleyan 


29 


North Park 


2 


North Park 


3 


New Orleans Univ(;rsity 


7 


Spring Hill 


9 


Ole Miss 


10 


Memphis State 


14 


Delta State 


15 


Delta State 


20 


Mississippi State 


22 


New Orleans University 


25 


Tulane 


27 


Southeastern Louisiana 


30 


Spring Hill 


4 


South Alabama 



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GIRL'S BASKETBALL 



A new Golden Eagle appeared on the basketball scene at 

Southern this year. To the surprise of some, and the delight 

of most, the new arrival was a female. As would be 

expected, the Eaglettes' first appearance consisted largely of 

a tentative testing of wings. While no award-winning flights 

resulted, the basics were quickly learned. 




Undfir the direction of 
Coach Bob MacBee, the girls 
matured at an amazing rate. 
Talent and consistency soon 
became evident, and the 
girls proved th(!y were here 
to stay. 




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INTRAMURALS 



Lou Marciani continued to do his usual superb job as Director of Intra- 

murals (called Recreational Sports this Year for some reason). The 

program covered the standard sports— Football, Basketball, Tennis, 

etc.— as well as a few special offerings. These included Kite Flying, 

Bowling, a Skateboard Competition, and a "turkey trot". This last 

event caused some speculation as to whether the title referred to the 

prize or the contestants. As can be seen below, this was quickly 

straightened out. 



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SWIMMING 

World Cuppor, I Tappa 
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ARCHERY 

Phil Delleger, Cindy 
Spataro 



WRIST WRESTLING 

Girl's Division— Mari Fielding 

155 lbs and under— Bill Gray 

155 lbs. to 175 lbs. -Anthony Puckett 

175 lbs. to 195 lbs.— J(!rry Ptmnington 

195 lbs. and over— Darryl Mixon 




Individuals or groups arc; Al 
University Champions. All 
results are from Fall 
Quarter. 




3-6-9 BOWLING 

High Game— Paula Watson. Gary Thompson 
High Series— Pedro Asuaje, Paula Watson 
High Average— Paula Watson, Piniro Asuaje 



THREE PERSON BASKETBALL 



Boy's Division-Backstabbers II 
Girls Division— Stabberettes I 



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BOWLING 

Numero Uno, Hillcrest 



HORSESHOES 

Ann Van Bockel, Mike Hall 




ONE ON ONE BASKETBALL 



Girls— Annette Brown 

5'10" and under— Sonny Berry 

5'11" and over— James Eaton 



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FLAG 
FOOTBALL 

Girl's— Al's Ardvarks 
Division I— Phi Kappa Tau 
Division II— Pinehaven 
ALL STAR 

Girl's— Residence/ Independent 

Division I— Fraternity 

Division II— Gridiron/ 

Touchdown 





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THE PEOPLE: 

WHO THEY ARE. 




Administration 



DR. AUBREY K. LUCAS 




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The first year was a time of 
adjustment for both Dr. 
Lucas and the University. A 
new style of op(!rating 
became evident: 
organizational changes were 
made. The Inauguration 
seemed to complete the 
cycle. Th(? change was made 
and everyone seemed 
happy. The 1975 Southerner 
was proven correct in its 
prognostication. Dr. Aubrey 
K. Lucas was indeed "a 
perfect fit." 






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BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF 
STATE INSTITUTIONS OF 
HIGHER LEARNING 



W.M. Shoemaker, President 

Dr. R.C. Cook, Vice President 

Dr. E.E. Thrash, Executive Secretary and Director 




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Seated: Bobby L. Chain, Hattiesburg; Dr. Verner S. Holmes, McComb: Boswell Stevens, Macon; Mrs. Miriam Q. Simmons, Columbia: 
Thomas N. Turner, Belzoni: Milton E. Brister, Kilmichael: M. Paul Haynes, Baldwyn: W.M. Shoemaker, Meridian. Standing: Mike P. 
Sturdivant, Glendora: Travis E. Parker, Drew; Dr. Robert W. Harrison, Yazoo City; Ross L. Franks, Franks, Hernando; Dr. R.C. Cook, 
Hattiesburg; Dr. E.E. Thrash, Raymond. 



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ADMINISTRATION 
OFFICIALS 




Above: Dr. Charles W. Moorman, Dean of the University. Top Right: 

Dr. Richard Prenshaw, Assistant to the Dean of the University. 

Bottom Right: Roger B. Johnson, Administrative Assistant to the 

President. 




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Above: Reed Green, Administrative Assistant to the Pr(-sident for Athletics Above: Walter O. Conn, Director of Student Aid and Scholarships. Below: 

and Public Relations. Below: Carl C. Lawrence, Director of Placement Powell G. Ogletree, Director of Alumni Affairs. 

Bureau. 




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Aliovn: Warren F. Tracy. Librarian. B(!low: Polly Stout, Editorial and 
R(;s(!ar(;h Assistant Id Ihi; Pnisidcnt. 



Above: William E. Kirkpatrick. Director of Public Relations. Below: Albert 
[. Jaef^er. Acting Financial Secretary. 




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Above: Joel R. Eakens, Director of Physical Plant. Below: John C. Taylor, Above: Jesse A. Gpre, Manager of University Bool<store, Below: Cecil M. 
Director of University Commons. Klutts, Purchasing Agent. 




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Above: Clyde N. Ginn, Dean of the Division of Extension and Public Above: Bill W. Gore, Dean, USM Natchez. Below: Joe E. Hollovvay. Dean. 

Service. Below: Brantley D. Greeson, Director, Universities' Center, Jackson. USM Gulf Park. 




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Above: Gene D. Saucier, Dean of Admissions and Special Academic Above: Katherine I. Brown, Corrdinator of Armed Forces Education. Below: 

Services. Below: Jack L. Daniels, Director of Career Development Center. Alice L. Maw, Director of International Students. 




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Above; Rciboccii A. Brechtol, Director of High School and Junior College 
Relations. BcjIow: Harvey R. Post, Director of Admissions. 



Above: Danny W. Montgomery. Registrar. Below: Richard T. Dodder, 
Director of the English Language Inslilulc. 




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STUDENT 
AFFAIRS 



As you can see, just as plain as the 

nose on your face, the Student Affairs 

Division of USM is old fashioned. At 

least when it comes to the old 

fashioned virtues of friendliness and 

helpfulness. Student Affairs provides a 

kaleidoscope of vital services to 

students in today's ever changing 

University life. These services run the 

gamut all the way from Campus 

Security to Counseling and Guidance, 

Student Activities to Housing and 

Health Services, and Academics to 

Religious Counsel. 





From Far Left, Going Clockwise: Willie V. Oubre, Campus Security; Student Counseling: Dr. Peter E. 

Durkee, Dean of Student Affairs; Student Activities. 



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And Hon; ;it IJSM, •'When; 
Tomorrow is Today", these sincere 
folks aim to phiase, taking interest in 
each person who comes through the 
door. Oh sure, there's always forms 
to fill out in new-fanj^led, 
computerized, non-smtjar carbon 
triplicate forms— hist name first, 
pl(!ase print— but that's all just a part 
of keeping up with the times; 
technology has a helpful place here, 
you se(!. It just wouldn't do for 
Student Affairs to be too old 
fashioned, would it? 




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Top li!ft; UnivRrsily Clinic. Ci-ntnr Lett: llniviu'sity Housing. Bottom l.cll: I'lic /\s,sisl,inl .md Associ.iti 
Deans of Student Affairs. Right: Graham Haif^s University C^haplain. 



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The lJniv(!rsily Administration has 
undcuj^onc a structural change 
whcMoby the System of Deans has been 
n;place(l by one of Vice Presidents. 

With two ol the Vice i^fjsidcmts, the 
chang(! was only in ii.inu'. but ancjfher 
is a comph.'tely nc'vv position 
()v(!rse(!ing the other campuses and 
some of the services of the Hatliesburg 
(imipus. 

R(!ceiving new titl(!s vvt.-rt; former Dean 
of the University, Dr. Charles W. 
Moorman who is now Vice President 
for Academic Affairs, and former Dijan 
of Student Affairs Dr. Peter E. Durkee. 
who is now Vice Pr(!sident for Student 
Affairs. 

Thv. n(!w Vic(! Pr(!sid(?nt for 
Administration and Rc^gionai 
Campus(!s is Dr. Shelby F. Tham(!S. 
Th(! other Position is Vice President for 
Business and Finance;. 




Top Row: Dr. Aubrey Lucas, University President; F^r. Peter K. Durkee, Vice President tor Student 
Affairs. Bottom Row: Ttiomas G. Estes, Vice President for Business and l-'in.ince: Dr. (]h,iiies W. 
Moorman, Vice Presidinit for Acad(^mic Affairs; Dr. Sficdhy F. 'I'hanies. Vice Pi'esident for 
Administration and Rc^gional (Campuses. 

Opposite; Paj^e. First Row: Ilr. Peter E. Durl<ee, D(!an of Student Affairs; Dv. Cwaiiam Hales, (^hapl.nn: 
Dr, Boyd Kellet, Director of University Health Sc-rvices; Dr. Billy W. Shafer, Director of Student 
Couns(;ling. S(u;ond Row: Homer E. Sullivan, Dir(;(:tor of Housing; Willie V. Oul)r(\ Director of 
"Campus S(;curity; W. Rader Grantham, Associate D(!an of Studcuits; Berengh(;r Breehtel, Assistant 
D(!an of Stud(!nts. Third Row: Anne Jordan, Assistant Dean of StudcMits; Barbara Ross, Assistant Dean 
of Stud(Mits; Warrcm K. Dunn, Director of Stud(;nt Activiti(\s; Marlowe Robinson, Assistant Diicetoi of 
Student ActivitiiKs, 



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COLLEGE OF 



BUSINESS 
ADMINISTRATION 



This issue's investment 

analysis will focus on the 

College of Business. Only a 

short time ago, the Business 

Division of USM was 

referred to as a school. 

However, advances in 

capital improvement, labor 

relations and public 

relations have all been 

noticeable recently, 

resulting in the climb from a 

designation of "school" to 

the more prestigious title of 

"college". 





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This rise; in norrKmcl.iluro rests on n foundation of 
solid capital stock. The Business Building is one of 
the finest of its kind. The most nolabh; 
improv(!m(!nts, howevtir, have bee-n in the faculty. 
As of our {)uhli(;atioii date. 'AO of the 4b faculty 
members are (;(juipp(;(l with 1^1 1. I)'s. More 
important, a jjenuine int(!rest in the students is 
shown by most if not all faculty members. 




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Labor relations are another 

plus for the CBA. Many 

student organizations exist 

within an atmosphere of 

joint responsibility and 

cooperation. The Business 

Student Advisory Council 

meets regularly with the 

Dean to discuss matters of 

universal interest. Among 

some of the projects of this 

organization are a lounge for 

students and the annual 

awards banquet. Along with 

the many professional 

organizations with the 

College, the BSAC assures 

students of a voice in their 

education. 




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Tho Co1Il'jj(; ol Bu.sin(;ss Administration 
also makes many valuabh; contributions 
to th(! community around it. Tho Burceau 
of Businc.'ss R(!S(;arc;h conducts constant 
analysis on the region's resourc(!S. 
(iconomic trcmds and needs for trained 
personnel. This information is available 
to area businessmen l(j .lid th(;m in 
making their business decisions. The 
Bureau alstj works closely with the 
Placement Office in placing graduat(;s in 
available jobs. 




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COLLEGE OF 
EDUCATION AND 
PSYCHOLOGY 




Today, class, we are going to learn about the College of 
Education and Psychology. Ed-Psych, as it is sometimes 
called, is run by Dean Eric M. Gunn. Included in the college 
are the following departments: Library Science, Industrial- 
Vocational, Business Education, Guidance and Counseling, 
Psychology, Special Education, Curriculum and Instruction, 
and Educational Administration. There is also a cooperative 
program with the College of Science and Technology in the 
Science Education Field. All phases in the field of education 

are covered at all levels. 




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Ed-Psych offers more than mere classrooms, however. Their 
clinics include Reading, Special Education and Psychology. 
The Reading and Special Education departments that are to 
be housed in the new Speech Building will have the finest 
facilities in the Southeast. Also within the parameters of the 
college are a psychology lab and a child development 
center. 




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The facet of the College of Education that most people are 

familiar with is the Student Teacher Program. This program 

administers the internship of education majors in area high 

schools, giving them some practical experience. One little 

known branch of the college is the Bureau of Educational 

Research. The Bureau's responsibilities range from keeping 

up with doctoral graduates to publishing the Southern 

Journal of Educational Research. Constant updates are done 

on the curriculum to meet changing needs and remain 

current. 





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College of Fine Arts. 



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COLLEGE OF 

HNE ARTS 

The College of Fine Arts, with Dr. 

Raymond Mannoni at the Helm, has set 

for itself a course toward further 

excellence, leaving bouyant 

achievements in its wake. Sailing by 

the stars, the college seeks three 

broadly encompassing goals. 

Increasing the prestige of Fine arts at 

USM lies off the bow, with ambitious, 

continuing expansion of facilities and 

faculty, offering a broader beam of 

cultural opportunity to Fine Arts 

students and all other students as well. 

Along with the development of 

facilities, the development of the 

individual student into artist, teacher 

and performer also lies in aim. The 

main target of the College of Fine Arts 

has to be a broad, quality education for 

its students, seaworthy for graduates 

embarking upon the sea of life. With 

programs in orchestra, bands, voice, 

art, dance, theatre, and education, this 

forward-looking college sails on. 




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D(!gr(;(!.s in both music (ulucation 
and applied music arc; award(!d to 
diligent music students, with the key 
to success b(?ing noteworthy 
opportuniti(!s to perform, both in 
large concerts and a wide range of 
recitals. Th(? Pride leads halftimf! 
shows during football s(;ason, while 
during concert season. Orchestra, 
Symphonic band, Conc(!rt band. 
Varsity band, Monday Night Chorus. 
University Singf^rs and tht; |azz Lab 
Band bring USM alive with th(! 
sound of music. 




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With all activities of the Theatre Department, the Spotlight 

focuses on professionalism, bringing that "slice of life" 

centerstage for each performance. Aspiring actors, 

technicians, designers, crewmembers, and all their work are 

directed almost continually, making preparations for the 

show. In the Southern Playhouse, showcases are staged 

weekly, always keeping theatre majors on their toes and 

audiences clapping their hands. The big showpieces in the 

PAC bring masterful entertainment to USM. 












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Althouj^h small, tho Art Department makes a 
large contribution comph^tely out of proportion 
to its size. With courses in both professional and 
aesthetic design, all neiuls are satisfied. Both 
dassrooms and workrooms are at various 
locations throughout campus, providing the 
privacy ncuuled for the various facets of art and 
i the communication with p(M)ple. 



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COLLEGE OF 
LIBERAL ARTS 

The College of Liberal Arts is bound to be the World Book 

of USM's colleges, organized into thirteen departments 

offering a broad cultural and educational experience. Dean 

Claude Fike edits the programs of the College, ably 

governing the policy and contents of these departments 

indexed as: Aerospace Studies, Philosophy and Religion, 

Criminal Justice, English, Foreign Languages, Geography, 

History, Journalism, Military Science, Political Science, 

Sociology and Speech and Hearing 




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Cross-rcforencod in Liberal Arts" "Bij^ Book" are such 
interdisciplinary studies as Advertising. American Studies. 
Community and Regional Planning. Latin American 
Studies, Linguistics. Social Studies, the teaching of English 
to foreign students, and Radio. Television and Film. The 
theme throughout the College circulates about meaningful 
education, stirring some students to further stud\ for 
graduate degrees. 



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A myriad of outside activities allude to this college's 

programs as well. Student publications, a commendable 

production of faculty publications (books, articles, essays, 

book reviews, and papers), faculty sponsored clubs and 

organizations and the Debate team name only a few. One 

does not have to read between the lines to clearly see that, 

in the College of Liberal Arts, "Life is an open book." 




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COLLEGE OF 

SCIENCE AND 

TECHNOLOGY 



Starting this year, the College of Science and Technology 

blasts off with a new dean, Dr. Gary Wildman, at the 

controls. The college continues true to the starry course 

navigated by Dr. Wildman's newly-promoted predecessor. 

At Dean Thame's direction. Science has taken up the 

challenge of stimulating research to strike an advantageous 

teaching/ research balance, striving to become a 

"distinguished institution" as Dr. Lucas has urged. 



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In conjunction, technical assistance in public services 
stands as an active pursuit for the college, though often 
underplayed by news media. Expertise offered to industry 
and in rural health care delivery makes USM a booster in 
launching statewide development. 



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On the course ahead, Science and Technology looks for an 

expansion of both its responsibility in industrial growth and 

its programs and facilities, new horizons in architecture, 

construction, industrial and mechanical technology, and 

food science as well as continuing education in medical 

technology and other departments thrusts for the industrial 

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To continue expansion. 
Science and Technology 
seeks the go-signal on its 
pr(!planned six million 
dollar technology building, 
especially for badly needed 
lab spacf!. Once these steps 
of expansion have gotten 
underway, the College of 
Science and Technology 
will be ready to attempt 
"giant leaps" for mankind 
or, at least, for us. 



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SCHOOL OF 

HEALTH, PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION AND 




The School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, one of the older 

schools at USM, keeps itself healthy and strong with Dean Walter Esmore 

Cooper at the whistle. By exercising many options of career opportunities, both 

teaching and non-teaching, HPER seems to promote its philosophy that "variety 

is the spice of life." The school's four departments. Athletic Administration and 

Coaching, Health, Physical Education, and Recreation all offer programs to train 

specialists in lifetime sports programs by emphasizing practicum experience in 

teaching, even in graduate studies. Fieldwork in coaching or rehabilitation of the 

handicapped, camps and clinics in safety and athletics are only a few of the 

participant oriented offerings. 



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Of course, for all students, HPER calls tho signals on a vigorous Rocroalional 
Sports program, everything from tennis to turkey trots. All this enablr-s the 
student to gain an expanded insight in his career role in what seems to be a 
specialist-crazy world. HPER hopes to imprf)ve on this game plan by continuing 
to update its current curricula and by urging (;xpansion of its facilities. The 
School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation really comes out ahead. 




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SCHOOL OF 
HOME ECONOMICS 



The School of Home 

Economics serves a chef's 

delight to its clientele via the 

recipes of its most noted chef, 

Dean Sarah Gibbs. The menu 

contains four main courses of 

study wfhich are Family Life 

Services, Home Economics, 

Environmental Design, and 

Institutional Administration. 

The Department of Family Life 

Services, Selection #1, sets its 

table v^ith a home management 

emphasis. This selection gives 

the partakers an insight into 

future home life, and includes 

a quarter in one of the Home 

Economics houses. The 

Department of Home 

Economics Education has 

within its diet sustenance to 

prepare the diner for the 

instruction of others. 





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Th(; Diipjirtment of EnvironrrKmfal D(!si^n, Seh^ction #3. is 
.spi(;(;(l with degrees in elothinj^ merchandising and clothing 
t(!xtiles. 

To the D(!partmenl (jI institutional Administralitm, Selection 
#4, one may show his "Diner's Club Card" and be presented a 
menu of main courses including di(!t(!tics, food and nutrition 
and Health and K(;staurant Administration. 




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One of our newest parishes, 

the School of Social Work, 

was knighted in 1973 and 

sent its first class into battle 

in the fall of 1974. 



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Lester J. Click, who reigns as the Dean of the School of 
Social Work, holds service as his main j^oal. The training of 
valiant knights to aid the people of the country in the battle 
against daily problems is the first duty of the school. 
Presently, the school offers only advanced training to 
w^arriors of the graduate designation. Practical experience is 
the main method of training, for this is felt to be the method 
that best prepares knights for future battles. 



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Jr PANHELLENIC: Seated-Debbie Knight. DZ: Kay Parker (Pres.) Tri Delta, Jan Blakeney, Chi O; Lisa Stubbs, Advisor; 
Back— Susie Harrington, DC; Wanda Carpenter, KD; Deana Dickens, ASA; Melanie Stewart, Tri Sig; Laila Asmar, Phi Mu. 



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Sr PANHELLENIC; Seated 1 to r-Sandra Shaw, DZ; Lisa Stubbs, Pi Phi; Sarah Harkins, Pres.; Barbara Ross, Assistant Dean 
of Students; Ann Marie Logue, DC; Twalah Barnes, AKA; Vera McDonald, DST; Patsy Thrash, ASA; Krlene Jabour, Phi Mu; 
Mary Gilchrist, KD; Judy Stringer, Chi O; Laura Matthes, Tri Delta; and Debbie Lackie, Tri Sig. 



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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




Sky Wright, Marv Allums, Brandt Schmersahl, Steve Nelson, unidentified. 



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Victoria Jordan 



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PHI MU'S, SIGS, DGS TAKE SONG FEST HONORS 





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Chi Omega Song Fest produced several 'firsts' 
during the '75 Christmas season. Phi Mu Sorority, 
clad in white dresses and holding red bouquets, 
claimed the newly-created overall Originality 
Award. Delta Gamma placed first in the sorority 
division, followed by Delta Delta Delta. Kappa 
Sigma made it seven by winning first among 
fraternities. Phi Tau, with their own version of 
"Operator," placed second. 



For the first time two groups c()ml)in(Mi and 
provided special entertainment. Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon and Kappa Delta made a salute to the 
Bicentennial with "Americana." Chi Omega, 
sponsors, presented an unusual version of "Rudolph 
the Red-Nosed Reindeer," complete with 
choreography and Donald Duck! 



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alpha kappa alpha 




Twilah Barnes 
Barbara Davis 



Leneatra Lackey 
Constance Mathis 



Vickie McNair 
Jeruthia Smith 



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Lynn Daniels 


Kathy Fields 


Catherine Green 


Tootsie Jenkins 


Judy McGee 


Cari Slamans 


Patsy Thrash 


C\ nihi.i 


Dcanna Dici<(m,s 


Marianne 


Sarah Harkins 


Sherryl Johnson 


Lynn Roe 


Liddell Stevens 


Deborah 


Whistler 


Bolinda 


Gipson 


Sandra Hays 


Patricia Malley 


Frances Salem 


Ann Snyder 


Thompson 


Cindy Wilson 


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Maureen 
Walton 


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ALPHA TAU OMEGA 




Paul Trippe Beth Buck- 

Hudson Little Sister 

Williams |anis Langham- 

Svvorthcart 



Bill Bourne 


Bill Duffy 


Charles 


Robert Carter 


Harry Ferrell 


Landrum 


William deBen 


Hilton Ladner 


Fred 

Massengale 
Robert Pollard 



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Lynn Dawson 
Jeannie Deen 
Suzette Dewis 
Dianf) Doiicci 
Tammy 
Dun nam 


Anne Gambrcll 
Susie 

Harrington 
Karen Hutchins 
Rhonda Kerlin 
Debra Lee 


Tonia Logue 
Kim Lostetter 
Hazel 

McHac:h('rn 
Hariiara 

Mcl.eod 
Doth McLcod 


Marita Pace 
Debra Phillips 
Pamela Prestage 
Deborah 

Rossiik 
Anna Si'iilcll 


Sabrina Sentell 
Daphne Smith 
Catherine Spies 
Susan Swetman 
|o Anne Tisdelle 


Bobbie 

Townsenil 
Liniia Tubb 
Mary VV.illon 
Louise Welborn 
Mary Dell 

Woodruff 


Vicki 

Ainswoi'th 
Jean Alfonso 
DoiTith Allgood 
Ncdra Allgood 
Donna Arwood 
Nancy 

Bahington 


Donna 

Bankston 
Dian(! (^aulficld 
Patricia Cowen 
Candy Cox 
Marsha Cutright 
Dawn Davis 





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delta delta delta 




Jan Walker 
Noni Ward 
Kalhr\n Walts 
Cindy 

Yarbrough 
Pia Zaninelli 



Patty Backus 
Wanda Barnett 
Melody Busley 
Jane Calfce 
Carolyn Carson 
Nan Cochran 
Diana Day 



Stacy Derrick 
Diane Eddins 
Sandy Ellzey 
Charlotte Ford 
Melissa Forte 
Jane 

Fortenberry 
Deborah French 



Melissa Gerrard 
Virginia Grady 
Ivy Grantham 
Ann Harrington 
Deborah 

Harvey 
Donna Hill 
Susan Homan 



Peggy Hurley 
Florence 

Keating 
Kim Kimbrough 
Nancy King 
Kathy Uing 
Janis Langham 
Beth Lockey 



Patricia Lowery 
Laura Malthes 
Paula Medley 
Linda 

Middli'ton 
Carroll Miller 
Pam Miller 
Mary Lyn 

Morgan 



Deveaux Munro Judy Putnam 



Janet Muse 
Pamela Nail 
Cindy Odom 
Kay Qlwell 
Kay Parker 
Nan Parker 



M.irgie Putnam 
Terri Reeves 
Kllen Riley 
Sharon Roberts 
Susan Stringer 
Cindy Todd 



183 



X 




184 




delta zeta 





Debbie Knight Regina Lowery 
Pamela Knox Paula Mayo 
Deborah Linton Cheryl Moffett 



Dchhic I'.iliolia 
K.ilhii'i'n 

Pcnianci 
Chcivl Roberts 



Sandra Shaw 
Angela 

Slocksllll 
(;herio Surginor 



Alice Armstrong 


Janet Casey 


Brenda Fayard 


Deborah Harrici 


Pat Benvenuto 


Ellen Crockett 


Becky Grayson 


Paula 


Vickie Bramlett 


Linda Cross 


Ina Griffin 


lloUinj^svvorth 


Bunny 


Debbie Dugan 


Margee Griffin 


Freda Johnston 


Campbell 






Vicki Jones 



185 







186 



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kappa alpha ^ 




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Doug Bazzell 
Barry Blaine 
Jeff Bradley 
Robert Bryant 




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Greg Poss 


William 


Robert Taylor 


Will Johnston 


Jack Prine 


Regcnold 


Eddie Valentine 


Brock Wilson 


Jon-Jon Price 


Edward 


William 


James Winstcad 




Schmidt 


Wclborn 






Edmund 








Tarbutton 







Gar Carter 
Bobby Carter 
Kevin Cooper 
Kim Dodder 



Frank Dale 
Bart Farris 
Hilton Gillespie 
John Kavanay 



Noel Lamey 
John 

Leatherwood 
Allen Morgan 
Ray New 



187 




188 



KAPPA DELTA 




Linda Adams 
Ethelyn Barron 
Lynn Barry 
Leigh Barry 
Tillye Barry 
Elizabeth 

Burchfield 
Donna Calfee 



Roa Campbell 
Wanda 

Carpenliir 
Molinda Cart(;r 
Doniso (]hilders 
Perri Creel 
Betty Dann 
Peggy Davis 



Mary Deavoiirs 
Rdi(! Dic;kins()n 
Rllio Eaton 
Sui^ P",hrit(! 
Becky Faniham 
B(!th Franklin 
Karen Fulford 



Rv(; Cable 
'I'ianiiy Candy 
Mary Cilchrist 
|(!anin(! Coss 
Lisa Coss 
jane Crady 
Amy Cre(ui 



K.ilhie 1 i.Hiirick 
Sharon 

Hannahan 
Debbie Hat ton 
Leslie Hays 
Sandra lliliman 
Kathy laqiiet 
Cail Kowrach 



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Kathy Latham 
Vicki 

Liurendine 
Betty Morrow 
Priscilla 

Menefee 
Pegj^y Morris 
Marilyn Michie 
Debra Norman 



Dollie Powell 
)udy Ring 
Rebecca 

Roseberry 
Kar(»n Ryan 
Kirslan Rushing 
(Carolyn Russell 
Debbie Sellers 
Beth Smith 



Donna Smith 
Sher\l 

Stevenson 
Rhonda Tonoy 
(;herrie 

VVilemon 
Ann 

VVhittington 
|ann Wyckoff 
Carol 

Yarborough 



189 





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190 




sigma alpha epsilon 




Chrstcr Smith 
Jimmy Spears 
Doug Taylor 
Brady Tucker 
jimmy Watts 
ohnnv Woods 



Little Sisters: 
Ethelyn Barron 
Carolyn Carson 
Beth Franklin 
Mary Gilchirst 
Mollie Magee 
Ann 
Whittington 



Marv Allums 
Charlie Banks 
Tony Billingsley 
Sonny Bridges 
Gary Carney 
John Crain 
Alan Daugherty 



Mike Daniels 
Bill Everett 
Bubba Fisher 
Trey Fouche 
Mark Ginn 
Danny 

Gonzalez 
Dennix Gordon 



Mack Harper 
Paul Harris 
Bryan Hayes 
Mark Holifield 
Hal Horton 
jim Hudson 
Steve Irwin 



Toby Jeffreys 
Greg Klnusing 
Jimmy 

Krnstensen 
Mark Leach 
Peter Lee 
John Leja 
Mart Martin 



Ken McCrory 
Phillip McKey 
Don Medley 
John Moak 
Don Oliver 
Don Pitts 
Kurt Putkonen 



191 




192 



I 




Sigma nu 




Wanda 
Havard- 
Sister 
Rice Ray- 
Sweetheart 



Bob Gunning 


Scott Johnson 


Doug Munn 


Benny Simpson 


David Taylor 


Robert Hall 


Mark Mnngum 


Dexter 


Gary Sims 


Gean' Wheeler 


Jeff Hutton 


Danny 


Musgrove 


John Solomon 


Edie 




McDonald 


Bill S.iintSing 




Dickinson— Little 



Sister 



James Anderson Gary Cook 



David Black 
Brad Byrne 
Mike Callahan 



Stephen 

Duncan 
Scotty English 
Mike Foster 



193 




P4 




kappa sigma 





Michael 

Bolcwarr 
Harper Brinson 
Patfon Causey 
Freddie Eaves 



Darryl Mixon 
Benjamin 
Mooic 
Billy Oglotrce 



Terry Eaves 
Randy Gant 
Jospeh Giuffria 
Steve Hall 



Randy Hathron 
Danny Havard 
David Illich 
Marcus Irvin 



Larry Keith 
Keith LaPorte 
Frank Meeks 
Joe Meeks 



Gne Ogletree 
James 

Pennington 
Gerald 

Pennington 



Marion Sandol 
Scot Sims 
Raymond 
Tavlor 



Brent Thomas 
Clay Wilson 
Vernon 
Witherspoon 



I 



195 




196 



I 




SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 












Deborah Lackie 
Elizabeth 
LeNoir 
Barbara Murray 



Jackie Nichols 
Bonnie Rainey 
Hartiara Rials 



Mama Rushing 
Jeanne Timms 
Lee Ann 
Toomev 



Sandra Spicer 
Melanie 

Stewart 
Agnes 

Wilkerson 



Tina Aycock 
Stephanie 
Bledsoe 
Beth Buck 
Manya Creeh 



Cynthia Coffelt 


Jeannelte 


Melinda Dalton 


Galbraith 


Diane Doerres 


Kathy Green 


Melinda 


Judi Gregg 


Doerres 


Lisa 




Heinzelman 



197 




198 



m I ( 

sigma phi epsilon 



('Siy^^( 




Gerald 


Thomas 


MaIc:olm 


Mike Wack 


Mike Sarlain 


Albrilton 


Curphey 


McAlpin 


Roy Wack 


Mike Schatt^iMi 


Allen Bissell 


Mike Graham 


James McVeay 


Frederick 


Todo 


Van Bookout 


jimmy Hart 


Gordon 


Walters 


Schmersahl 


Tony Buzzella 


Roland Huic 


Murdock 


David Wilson 


Curtis Seay 


Wayne Cain 


David 

Massengale 


Gr(!g Nolan 
Terence 
Rutkowski 


Brent Ziimbro 


Oliver Shearer 



A^ 


Sherry! )ohnson 


Terc'sa 


Ll 


Liz Jonas 
Anne Malone 
Dianne 


Sandidge 
Elizabeth Scire 
Charisse 


M 


Sandidge 


Sinopoli 

[oy Samrow— 
Housemother 


Ted Sprvill 






Little Sisters: 






Donna Boykin 






|()Ann Collins 






Brenda 






Demur\elle 






Susan Fasano 







199 




200 




PI BETA PHI 




Suzanne 

Sulliviin 
Frances Weber 
ill Wij^ins 
Kim Wilson 



Marsha Wilson 
Debbie Adams 
Debbie 

Anderson 
Bunny Bane 
Vicky Branton 
Candace Cook 



Stephanie Craft 
Susan DeFatta 
|(!nni Du(:h(!r 
Susan 

Farnsworth 
Ell(!n Ford 
Charlene Funk 



Kathy C.aar 
Anita Hadden 
Robin Hargon 
Appli^ Hasson 
Kanui |()b(; 
Susan Ionics 



Deborah Lanius 
Martha Lowe 
Debbie Mallette 
Zoe Marty 
Linda Massey 
Sharon McLeod 



Pam M('eks 
Martha Melton 
Sarita Mordica 
Sherri Nunnery 
Nolann Nelson 
lill O'Hryan 



Pamela 0[)el 
Adair Pedrick 
Gina Portner 
Peggy Pun(-ssen 
Flizabeth 
Rankin 
Kathv Ratcliff 



Valerie Sanford 
Renee Saucier 
Connie Smith 
Theresa Solitare 
Scmya Staliings 
Panu'l.i Sl.inlev 



201 




202 




pi kappa alpha 






diT^Mf 




Maurice Overby 
Mike Pace 
Steven Pitts 
David Pisarich 
Jerry Polovich 



Randy Preston 
Bill Ray 
Chris 

Richardson 
James Rose 
Eric Savadra 



Junius Schuman 
Richard Scott 
Jim Shi^pard 
Mike Sieg 
Marcus Wallace 



Lynn Barn'— 
Swwt heart 

Little Sisters: 

Jeanine Goss 

Vicki 

Hightower 

Zoe Marty 

Beverly Ransom 



Wesley Allred 


Robert 


Mike Goodwin 


Randy Kiker 


Larry Barnett 


Culumber 


John Hickel 


Bill Lowery 


Collier Beasley 


Don Cumbcst 


Harry Hodges 


Owen Moore 


Linwood 


Brent Cumbest 


Geoi:ge Imes 


Perry Moran 


Buckalew 


Kelley Dresback 


Danny Johnson 


Tom Morris 


Russell Caroselli 


Martin Elchos 


David Kenny 


Tom Murphree 


Larry Cook 


Ronald Ellis 







203 




204 




Richard Webb Sky Wright 
John Wilh.ims Little Sisters: 
W.iyne Weeks F<iyr Berkley 
Mike Wrij>ht ludy Putnam 

Lvnn Roe 



Bard Barnett 


Marshall 


Ronnie Fuller 


Robert Jackson 


Steve Nelson 


Dennis Sheedv 


John Bearden 


Bynum 


Mark Grace 


David Jon(!s 


Rick Osswald 


Scott Shearer 


Charles Bell 


Mike Caiulhers 


Scott Helms 


James Lindsey 


Cliff Reynolds 


Pat Somers 


Richard Bell 


Dennis 


Gary Hinton 


Dave Malchow 


Robert Richards 


Mike Slrouii 


James Bournie 


Dickinson 
Tommy Dune, in 
Ion Dulhie 


Mark Ishee 


Mark McCool 


Will Richards 


Richard 
Villarreal 




206 



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I 




Madeline 


Debra Bond 


Terry Cruthirds 


D D Guider 


Abadic 


Perri Boteler 


Susan Dallas 


Marsha Harper 


Frances Asmar 


Lisa Breakfield 


Linda 


Lulu Helms 


Laila Asmar 


Becky Brock 


Delcambre 


[ill Hendricks 


Brenda Ashker 


Shirley Buckley 


Lillian Doubler 


Connie Howell 


Susan Beesley 


Scat Cappaert 


[an Farnbam 


Becky Hullinger 


Angela 


Lessie Clark 


Kim Freeman 


Karlene Jabour 


Blackledge 




Diane Gray 




Debbie Bodin 









Marsha Johnson 
Lisa [ones 
Vicki )ones 
Sandra Keith 
[an Latham 
Amy Lawyer 
Mary Lawyer 



Paula Lott 
)an Lowery 
Carolyn 

M.msour 
Kathy Marine 
Sherry Martin 
Valerie McV'an 
Sherrv Messer 



Sharry Mills 
Gail Murphy 
Doris Nelson 
Fran O'Donnell 
Margaret O'Neil 
Pam Owen 
Ann Pavesic 



Sissy Penley 
Beverly Ransom 
Lisa Smith 
Nancy Thrash 
Jennifer Turner 
Laura Van 
Norman 
Betty Wallace 
Merr\' West 




208 



omega psi phi 





Thomas 

Crossley 
William 

Holliman 
Carl Dailey 



James DeDeaux James Charles Johnny Claude Slubbs Louis Wales 

William Dixon Fountaine Lawrenc;e Reynolds Herman Jimmie Watson 

Daryl Fluker Carl Hawkins Alfonse Marks Paul Smith Sylvester AR. Yates 

Joseph Hughey Samuel Parker Ronnie Smith Darryl (Ilmer 



Joe Brown 
Victor Black 
Edward Carter 
Ronald Carter 



209 



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Ann Thorlon 
Ri)l)in TiickiT 

I)('c:k\- V'iinct- 

C.ilhy VV.iiirs 
Donii.i 

Windh.im 
Louan 

W'inclh.im 



Patricia Ates 
Pam Bass 
Linda Baggntt 
Fayr Barklcy 
Norma BcardiMi 
Anita Bearry 
Mary Anna 
Bennett 



Kathryn B(!rry 
Kathy B(!V(;rly 
|an Blakcnoy 
|()dy Blaktniny 
Donna Brooks 
Vonneict! Burt 
Linda Bush 



Chris 

Carmicha(!l 
Karen Clinton 
)o Lynn Cook 
Lucy Curric 
Susan Fasano 
Debbie Fleming 
LuAnn Craham 



Wanda 1 lavarcl 
Kim Waynes 
Ellen Hunter 
Kathy lobe 
Lynn Johnson 
Cilenda Lambert 
Poppy Lyon 



Mollii^ Magee 
jacquelyn 

Mangum 
Angle Manguno 
Deborah Mann 
)enny McKeller 
Mary )ane 

McVeay 
)ane 

McWilliams 



Nan 

McVVilli.ims 
Anne Miller 
Wanda 

Na/.aretian 
Fiolly Odom 
Kathy Parker 
Beth Price 
Celia Price 



Diane Randall 
Judy Roberts 
CXnlhia Smith 
|ulie Stevens 
|udy Stringer 
lulia Talbert 
Mildred 
Thomas 



211 




With some of the largest pledge classes 
in several years, Greeks saw definite 
gains as the interest was renewed. 
Fraternity rush was informal: "pick'em 
up, tour the house, and head to 
Moby's!" Sororoties continued the 
traditional week of punch, cupcakes 
and "Hi! What's your major?" The 



actives spent weeks in preparation for 
the 2,467,921 skits they would perform. 
At the end of the week new pledges 
were ecstatic; for the actives, it was 
"over til next year." 
After rush, the Greek life began: "Go to 
Hell, Ole Miss!" Parties in honor of 



Founder's Day, Halloween, birthdays 
and "because it's Friday." Song Fest, 
formals ("$35 for a tux?.'") Greeks 
Games, Spring Fever and the spring 
dances— "Get down and get dirty!" Get 
ready for rush next year. Brothers and 
Sisters. 



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RUSH, PARTIES, AND GREEK GAMES 




THE GREEK WAY OF LIFE 






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ORGANIZATIONS 



Af EC A/ViEdCAN 




CLLTLCAL SCCIETT 

lat row: Pauline Williams, Social Chairman; Genice Lenoir; Adrian Truedeau; Carl Dailey, Vice-president; Sharon Walker. 2nd Row; Earl 
Nix; Sandra Walker; Vicki McNair; Diane Hardy; Mrs. Shirley Hanshaw, Asst. Advisor; Lewis Wales; Leanetra Lackey; Mary Clayton; Ron 
Jordan, President; Harvey Moffett. Back Row; Willie May; Glenn Sims; Shirley Coleman; Jerry Johnson; Arleen Johnson, Sec; Claude 
Stubbs. 



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ALPHA 
EPSILCN 
ALPHA 



Penny Davis; Damien Morgan; Earnest Schuls; Becky Vance; Janice Crawford: Gene Spring: 
Kay Katzenemyer; Cathy Vance; Otis Young; Donna Williams, Sec: Lucy Irby: Mike Luchlfing. 
2nd VP; Steve Brown, 1st VP; Larita McKay, Tres.; David Wiley. Pres. 2nd Row: [im Broom: 
Wayland Smith; Susan Timsler; Mark Tschupp: Peggy Drummonds: Sherryl Johnson: Steve 
Theobald; Pam Gurganus; 3rd Row: Ronald Robinson: Earnest Cropper: Linda Bounds: Ken 
Lott; Alan McDonald; Deborah Anderson; Mark Kitchens. 4th Row: Russell Raulston: Bob 
Lizana; Paul Garrett; Joe Kimmel; Glenda Lambert. 5th Row: Mickey Jones: Mike Greene: 
Willard Garrett; Ricky Listen; Yancy Patrick; Kent Miller; Doug Grisson: Gary Carmichael. 



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ALPHA 



President— Carolyn Carson 
V. President— Kim Kimbrough 
Secretary— Beverly Windham 
Treasurer- Janet Muse 
Historian— Cathy Waites 



LAMBDA LELTA 



Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honor society for freshman 
women who have attained a 3.5 overall average by the end of the 
first, second or third quarter of their freshman year. The purpose 
is to promote intelligent living and a high standard of learning, 
and to encourage superior scholarship. 



Alexander, Cindy Dvonne 
Allen, Cynthia Elaine 
Allen, Nyette Blandine 
Baggett, Linda Diane 
Barkley, Leslie Fayr 
Berry, Kathryn Elizabeth 
Brockway, Julie Chere 
Brown, Sandra Marie 
Brown, Sharon Lynn 
Bruner, Mary Ann 
Bush, Pamela Jane 
Bush, Theresa Cosette 
Cady, Deborah Rose 
Carroll, Beverly Blanch 
Carson, Carolyn R. 
Carter, Sandra Diane 
Chavez, Sharon Mary 
Cole, Linda Carol 
Cutrer, Jo Etta 
Dallas, Susan 
Dickinson, Edith Saslof 
Doggett, Donna Sue 
Edwards, Angela Nell 
Fallon, Becky Jill 
Freibert, Mary Theresa 
Goetz, Cheryl Ann 
Hamrick, Kathryn Ann 
Hanson, Ann 
Harkins, Mary Melissa 
Hill, Donna Alice 
Hillman, Sandra 
Hurley, Margaret Dawson 
Johnson, Karen Ann 
Kepner, Nancy Joanne 
Keyes, Kimble Rene 
Kimbrough, Karen Anne 
Kirkland, Karen Elizabeth 
Knesal, Barbara C. 
Knox, Tandra Malice 



Krewson, Julia Ann 
Kuhnert, Gail Annette 
Lambert, Marsha 
Leavitt, Theresa Jean 
Lee, Dorothy June 
Lowery, Sharleen Gail 
MacKay, Connie Meiler 
Malone, Ruth Anne 
Matthews, Andrea K. 
McNary, Patricia Anee 
Meitzler, Deborah Jeane 
Mendel, Susan Lynne 
Middendorf, Marianne 
Moore, Donna Lynn 
Mowery, Kathy Anne 
MuUer, Catherine Mary 
Murray, Elizabeth C. Hults 
Muse, Janet Darlene 
Nail, Pamela Lynn 
Parker, Deborah La Verne 
Puckett, Cheryl Ann 
Ransom, Beverly 
Rehfeldt, Patricia A. 
Reid, Mary Teresa 
Rogers, Georgia Sue 
Russell, Judith Diana 
Sanford, Valerie Jo 
Spies, Catherine Louise 
Stafford, Laura Elisa 
Straitiff, Dawn 
Timms, Stephanie Jeanne 
Tyner, Dorothy Diane 
Waites, Ava Catherine 
Walker, Janice Ann 
Wasmer, Jerri Lynn 
Welborn, Dessa Ophelia 
Wilson, Clare Therese 
Windham, Beverly Ann 



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President— Vernon Witherspoon 


1st V. President- 


Brandt Schmersahl 


2nd V. President- 


-Jim Borsig 


Secretary— Mike ^ 


Wack 


Treasurer- Bill D 


awkins 


Advisor— Berengh 


er Brechtel 


Errol White 


Frank Meeks 


Bill Farmer 


Wayne Cain 


Charles Hall 


Ron Manthey 


Earl Switzer 


Bob McDermotf 


Tom McGehee 


Billy Ogletree 


Gee Ogletree 


Deleon Thomas 


Oliver Shearer 


Danny Nobles 


Scott Sims 


Rogers Druhet 


Roger Livingston 


George Sholl 


Larry Phillips 


Harold Hou'ell 


Patton Causey 


Andy Burch 


Brent Thomas 


Ralph Cranford, 



Jr. 



ALPHA PHI 

C/ViCGA 





Row 1, seated: Linda Baggett, Pres.; Cindy Alexander; Jan Walker; Kathy Berry; Gail Murphy; Kim Kimbrough; Ann Harrington. 
Row 2: Cindy Griffin; Cathy Waites; Ann Harrison; Kathy Hamrick; Adair Pedrick; Elise Walker; Carolyn Carson; Melissa Garrard. 
Row 3: Karen Smith; Debbie Cady; Judy Krewson; Cyd Crosby; Kim Keyes; Fayr Barkley; Beverly Windham; Beverly Carroll. 



Cwens is a National Honor Society for sophomore women whose members are chosen on the basis of 
scholarship and leadership as shown during the freshman year. 



Row 1 seated: Carmen Martin— President, Carolyn Whitehead, Gayle Bond, Philis Carter. Row 2 standing: James Davis— Faculty sponsor, 
Sandra Touchstone— Vice President, Irene Pierce, Vicky Roebuck, Paula Finnegan— Secretary, Lewis Hitt. Row 3: Randy Jolly— Vice 
President, Diane Dreher, Darrell Hickman, Janice Lizanna, Kim Fountain. Row 4: Winston Wright. 




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CLSINESS STUDENT 
ACVISCCr CCUNCIL 




OFFICERS: Larita McKay, President; Dallas Raines, Vice-President; Janice Grice, Secretary-Treasurer. 



Front Row: Trellis Green; Dallas Raines; Dean Greene, Advisor; LaRita McKay. Back Row: Terry Roberts; David 
Wiley; Brandt Schmersahl; Paul Gammel; Jerry Brubaker; Andrew Green; Joe Kirkland; Bart Gentry. 



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AMERICAN CHEMICAL 

SCCIEXy 




Seated Left to right: Ina Griffin, President, Suzanne Sullivan, Treasurer, Standing left to right: Turner Billiugsley, sgt. at arms, Lamar 
Glaze, Secretary, Jeff Lackey, publicity Chairman, Robert Jordan, Vice-President. 

MEEICAL TECHNCLCCr CLLC 




Row 1: Ricky Reeves, Daleine Baldwin (Vice-president), Patsy Butler (Secretary), Ricky Winstead (President), Cathy Lewis, Mide Pace, 
Eddie Lam, Prasanna Sugathan, Steve Roberts. Row 2: Sherrye Williams, Pat Clark, Georgene Bedwell, Jan Porter, Pan Padgett, Margie 
Scott, Alyn Carter, Becky Travis, Mary Karolyi. Row 3: Audrey Nelson, Gloria Crowell, Helen Dortch, Margaret Phillips, Peggy Mazur, 
Linda Monroe, Karen Tisdale (Treasurer), Robert Nicholas, Tracie Jenkins, Karen Sims, Jane Wester. Row 4: Janet Cain, Susan Ebrite, Jan 
McNeil, Jimmy Watson, John McClay, James Lock. 



222 



TAL EETA SIGMA 




Elise Walker, Jane Carlin. Cindy Whistler. Lynn 
Grier, Pam Powell, Bill Pierson, Sweetheart, Ila Mae 
Dye, |immy(,' Brashier, Leslie Horn. Helen 
Dornbusch, Morele McElroy, Kathy Fields, Tootsie 
Jenkins, Carrie Smith, Christy Prine, Ivy Grantham. 
Carrolyn Reeves, Gwen Richardson, Judy Krewson, 
Jeanette Hays 




[)|il 
CELTA 

cue 



Bottom Row: Barbara Ross, Advisor, Jeannie Deen, Eve Gable, Ann Miller, Becky Vance. Second Row: Elizabeth ReNoir, Barbara McLeod, 
Debbie Graham, Anna Sentell, |ane McWilliams, Debbie Holdren. Third Row: Lyn Weston. Donna Rollins, Frances Weber. 



223 



M CLLD 



Front Row: Billy Olson, Barry Gibson, Brad Byrne, Eddie Nunez, Greg Pieper. Back Row: Eddie Kaplan, Bob Wilson, Craig Stevens, Rick 
Gemmel, Dennis Rosello. 




Front Row: Robert Magee; Glen 
Buckalew; Tommy Pearson; 
(Hist) Joel Nichols; Ed Dacus, 
(Pres); Anthony J. Buzella; John 
Odom; Randy Cochens. Back 
Row: Neal McMullian, (Sec) 
Charles Gavin; Donald Dennis; 
Mike Schattgen; Jim Hamilton; 
Danny Beard; Dr. Paul 
Anderson, Faculty Advisor; Mr. 
Larry Weed, Faculty Advisor. 
Not Pictured; Tim Breland, 
(Trea.); Wright Evanson; Joe 
Evans; Rick Kyle. 




PHI ML ALPHA 



224 



STLCENT CELIGICLS 

rCCEC/iTICN 



Seated Left to Right: Robin Rogers; Jan Hargon; Charlie Gentry: 
Russell Sauls; Carol Burnett; Unidentified; Kariene [abour. 
Standing Left to Right: Carl White; Unidentified; Dr. Graham 
Hales; Connie Howell; Lynn Cork; Donnie Walley; Karen Strong. 




I 




Front Row: Terri French, Elizabeth Dates, Kim Haynes, Amy Green, |an Wyckoff. Back Row: Unidentified. Omcria McDonald, 
Margie Putnam, Edie Dickenson, Jean Alfonso, Vickie Laurendine, Pam Bass. 



PCM PCH 
GICLS 



225 



r APPA I^APPA PSI 




Left to right: Bruce Garner, Jerry Davis, Patrick Pope, James Hamilton, Michael Wright, Robert Magee, Michael Marks, John Gossman, 
William Pierson, Charlie Shand, Porter Hopson, President-Richard Blaylock, Not Shown: Wayne Biggs, Alan Brown, Jim Bruister, Mark 
Chancey, Tom Coursey, Joe Evans, William Hammond, Jerry Lowery, Neal McMullian, Steven Parker, Thomas Van Ness, Hershal 
Williams. 




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Front Row: Cpt. Jack D. Parr, Cpt. Barry J. Hill, Cpt. David M. Watters, Cpt. John B. O'Neill, Sp/6 Herbert W. Pearson, 
Cpt. Royal W. Sander, Second Row: Cpt. Roger J. Stallings, Cpt. John P. Murphy, SSgt. Walter L. Parker, Cpt. Thomas F. 
Ellzey, Maj. Phillip E. Gates, Wally Wegener. Not Shown: 1st Lt. Richard K. Bartzeer, Cpt. Fred M. Berger, Cpt. Thomas M. 
Boyd, Cpt. Garvin Brackel, Cpt. Andrew C. Brochu, Cpt. Ronald D. Broods, Cpt. Sam B. Bruce, Cpt. Jon S. Bunce, SSgt. 
Rubin Barbachano, Cpt. Terry D. Carpenter, E-6 James D. Cherry, Cpt. John N. Clark, Cpt. Lauren-e C. Fish, Cpt. Orin J. 
Gill, MSgt. Darold L. Harris, Cpt. Michael G. Honey, Cpt. Joe F. Hunt, Cpt. Joseph L. Klesen, Cpt. Johann R. Lawton, HM3 
Thomas K. Lee, Cpt. Carol LeMaire, Cpt. Wesley Luddwig, Maj. George S. Moffit, Cpt. Kenneth A. Napier, Cpt. Joseph E. 
Oder, Cpt. James C. Patrick, Sgt. Glen D. Perry, Cpt. Robert J. Quigg III, TSgt. Fred Rennie, Cpt. Boyce G. Reeves, Cpt. 
John P. Spear, Cpt. Joseph W. Todd, Cpt. Brian L. Trach, SSgt. Jose Vasquez, Cpt. Bennie E. Williams, Cpt. Atlis R. Yates, 
Maj. Sanderson A. Woods, SSgt. Jimmy W. Purcell. 



226 



PM cm THETA 




LCVE, SALMTICN, ANC 
CCTEKMINATICN CH€IR 



Seated left to right: Chetney McCree— Director, Sandra Howard, Arleeri Johnson, Lillic William, Shirley Mills, Cassandra Sims. Dobra 
Hendricks, Pauline Dedeaux, Carol Furnace, Daryl Ulmar. 2nd row standing left to right: Sharon McCaskill, Mildred Hcrron. Diane 
Leverette, Emma Barnes, Margaret McSwain, Anita Johnson, Patricia Porter, Ethel Pharr, Pauline Keys, Ethel Pharr. Mary Moore, juanita 
Sims, Daniel Simmons. 3rd row: Beverly Porter, Frankie Taylor, Pauline Peters, Ray Burnell, Lovie Strong. Willie E. May. Debra Murrel, 
Jerry Carson, Mell Lofton, Linda Sarry, Katrina Crawford. Deborah Wiley, Henry Gavin, Don Gardner. 




FOOD SERVICE EXECUTIVES ASSOCIATION 



Front row: Robert Clardy— Treasurer, 
Jimmie Lee Johnson— Corresponding 
Secretary, Pattie Shock— President, 
Margaret Crowder— Recording 
Secretary, Ken Boucher— Vice 
President. Back row: Suzette Giraud, 
Regina Winter, Judy Ward, Lyn War, 
Cathy Smith, Larry Richardson, 
Freddie McDaniel, Constance Farmer, 
Ginger Garner, MeHnda Smith, 
Melvaline Bullock, Carmen Price, 
Nancy Brumfield. 




UBRARY STUDENT ASSOCIATION 



LIBRARY STUDENTS ASSOCIATION 
Left to right, First row: Judy Burt, Donna 
Webb, Julie Bougeaie. Second row: 
Unidentified, Mary Lou Thornton, 
Unidentified, Stanley Hastings. Back Row: 
Marion Ripley, Dr Dorothy Pearson, Advisor, 
Mark Rainwater. 



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These are the FITS, their never ending mission, 
should they decide to accept is to whoop where 
no one has whooped before, to Grrr and smash 
throughout eternity till Byrnam Wood* comes to 
Dunsinane be it whenever it may be, etc. . . . 



Top Row: Dale Hare, Joey Giuffria, Tim Vallis (Pledge), Ken 
Sharp. Bottom Row: David Shows, Bruce Beal, Linn Shows, 
David Illich, Don Davis (Pledge). Not pictured: Active— Willie 
Irwin, Mark Snow, Jim Swindle; Pledges Kerry Borden, Dan 
Davis 




GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY 



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LNIVECSIXy 

ACTIVITIES 

CCUNCIL 




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Sitting: Bill Farmer, Benny Walker, Ellen Hunter, Frank Thompson Standing: Steve Miller, Mike Ratliff, Lynn Daniels, Rice Ray, 
Gregg Eagle, Linda McPhearson, Susan Hatch, Scott Johnson, Linda Baggett, Jill O'brien 



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OFFICERS: Bill Hosch, Tim Curry, Sonya Stallings, Joel Weathers, Don Westbrook 




An Organization is a Group of Individuals that proposes to 
hatch beautiful swans from gilded eggs (and lotsa money) 
and produces legions of bumfuzzled ducks. Duck is as Duck 
does. 




Organizations Don't Make waves, they Harumph (Their 
ways down the main stream, leaving a fowl wake. Don't 
duck-Jump In-Get your Feet Wet) 



ARMY ROTC COLOR GUARD at the fijiiisana Superdome, 
Left to Right: Cadet Lee W. Berry, Cadet Johnny R. Jones, 
Cadet John M. Russum, Cadet Victor A. Powers. 







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CEPACTHENT 
CE 

HILIT4Ey 
SCIENCE 



Col. Wilfred E. Irish, ]r. 




Bottom Row: LTC Cline G. Cook, Mrs, Mary L. Brown, Col Wilfrtul E. Irish, Ir. Mrs. K;ithlprn H. Lizana, Sgt. Maj. Wilry R. Whitworth. 
Second Row: CPT Douglas F. Walter, SFC James H. Henry, Maj George S. Moffitt, MA| Sanderson A. Woods, MA| Americiis M. Gill, CPT 
CharlesT. Calloway, CPTBennic E.Williams, Top Row: Master Sgt. Charles C. Hinson. SSG Horace G. Richards. MA] G(<orjje |. Senior. 
Master Sgt, Ncvin Clark, SFC Ira D, Chambers, CPT David A. Crittenden. 



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Left to right: LTC Cline Cook, Sponsor, Betty Dann, Kathifi Hamrick, Becky Stevens, Mary Delle Woodruff, Ellen Hughes, Treasurer, 

Cherrie Wil(;mon, President, Debbie Sellers, Marsha Cutwright, Daphne Smith, Becky Harrington, Pam Moody, Ann Hanson, Not pictured: 

Melissa Gerrard, Vice President, Carol Hilton, Jan Walder, Secretary, Laura Irish, Carroll Miller, Kathy Lang, Cathy Spies, Peggi Morris, 

Hazel McEachern 



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Front Row: Captain Douglas F. Walters-Ranger Advisor, Roy H. Davis-Ranger Commander, David B. Bennett-Ranger ISG. Second Row: 

Sidney K. Smith-Ranger XO, Jeffcry A. Jenkins, Donald W. Wells, John Wells, Susan M. McKinnon, Alan L. Flowler, Carl D. Flanagan. 

Third Row: Lee W, Berry, Victor A. Powers, Randall H. Dearman, Carl S. Ray, Stephen S. Slyfield, Dwight L. Holloway. 



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C;r(!>Jnry Cyr. John M. Russum, 
William MyiTS. Doniild 
Anderson. B.ick Row: I.cirrv R. 
V.nighn. Johnny R. jontis. 
(;hiiri(^s Francis. Donald R. 
(look. 



SCAECACD AND ELACE 




Left to Right: Col. Willied E. Irish, |r.. Wilfriui K. Irish. |r.. Roy |. Sraton. Crogory A. Bishop. jcfiVry A. ji'nkins. Charles A. Francis. Donald 
W. Wells, Sidney K. Smith, janies M. Anderson, 1,1. Col. Cline C. Cook Nol Shown: Slepheii S. Shiield. Raymond D. Kin>j. jr. 



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General Walker and Col. Irish present Dr. William D. McCain with the Civilian Service Award, the 
highest honor the army can bestow upon a civilian. 




Del Surs— Karen Ray and Cherie Wileman 




Cadet: Toy Seaton 



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DEPARTMENT 

€E 
A,EC€$E)ACE 



The Department of Aerospace Studies-Air Force ROTC— completed an 

excellent 75-76 school year under the direction of Lt. Col. Hugh D. 

McCracken, Jr., the department chairman and detachment commander. 

The Air Force ROTC program selects and commissions second 

lieutenants through a college education program. The program is 

available to men and women. Any student in good standing with the 

university may take the general military course as a freshman or 

sophomore. Selection into the final two years of the program, the 

Professional Officer Course, is on a competitive basis. 

Limited quotas established by the Air Force result in a very elite corps of 

cadets. Scholarships are available on a competitive basis. A major 

feature of the program is that it is designed to provide realistic 

leadership experiences for all cadets. 

Above right: LT. Col. McCracken, Jr. First Row SSGT Prince Williams, Lenise Young, SGT Bernie Deisler. Second row: Capt. Tim Lageose, 

Lt. Col. Thomas Collins, Lt. Col. Hugh McCracken 




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SHNIOK CADET STAKF 

Diivc Kdwiird, Ron Mnnlhcy, Riiy Edtlings Second Row: 

Ginjiiir Schwuilzer, Jimmy Reeves. Grej' Joncis, Scott 

Sims 



LKAnP.RSHIP TRAINING ORGANIZATION 
Alexis Slici'wood. Harold Howell. Uonil.i Toncy. 
Second Row: Mike I'.irker, Tommy Schrader 



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ANGEL rLIGHT 




Front Row: Debbie Holdren, Donna Lewis, Ginger Schwitzer, Wanda Ward, Amy Day, Cindy Griffin. Back Row; Kay Kay Hannah, Sarah 
Hartzog, Linda Manthey, Nancy Goodwin, Annette Tardy, Cyd Crosby. 



ACNCLD AIK 



First Row: Paul Fields, Jay Reev, Ginger Schweitzer, Shirley Robertson, Lesley Albes, Carmen Yoder, Tommy Schrader, Jimmy Reeves. 
Second Row: Ron Manthey, Dave Edwards, Grdg Jones, Dave Shaw, Scott Cranmer, Terry McGee, Scott Sims, Paul Francis. Third Row: 
Doug Haralson, Steve Loe, Ray Headings, Harold Howell, Greg Cyr, Ken Cuchens, John Salmon. 





Kneeling: Robert Yates, Susan Kitchin, Karen Doyle, Bob McDermttt. Second Row: Reverend Bernard Farrell, Chaplain: Mrs. J.B. 
Brechtel, Advisor; Charisse Sinopoli, Cynthia Bailey, Owen Springston, Concetta Vizzini, Jeff McDuff, Benjie LeBlanc, Barry 
McPhail. Third Row: Dr. David Landry, David Rodriguez, Terry Nowell, Cathy Carucci, Chuck Traham, Marty Heesacker, Amy Lee, 
Cathy Mangin, Adrian Tureaud, Tony Buzella. 



AGC 




Kneeling: Brian Stewart, Jack Duffy, Richard Manu, Bobby Bratton. Steve Slyfield, Lee foster. Dale Grayson. Second Row: Mr. Douglas 
McGowen, Mr. James Young, Mr. Usidro Salinas, Carol Huffman, Cathy Herrin, Cindy Leeper, Fred Sollie, Larry Baxter, Harvey Stoner. 
Terry McAttee, Tony Mordica. Third Row: Mr. David Marchman, Mr. George Malhis, Ken Colvin, Clay Terrell. Terry Lovelace, Danny 
Blade, Steve Entrekin, Ancil Taylor, Herman Sylvester, Steve Hill, Steve Jcllenc. 



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Left: Dottie McLeod, President of the Student Member Section of the Mississippi Home Economics Association. Right: Officers; Mollie 
Magee, Historian; Bobbi Crapon, Vice President; Yvonne Waters, President; Becky Williams, Secretary; Jerri Wasmer, Reporter; Diane 

Rednour, Treasurer. 



HC/HE ECCNCMICS CLLC 



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First Row: Rebecca Williams, Dotty McLeod, Janette Butler, Pam Kelly, Jo Anne Dill, Margaret Crowder, Yvonne Waters, Lynne Ward. 

Second Row: Kerry Spears, Wanda Rose, Cretia Crowe, Bobbi Crapon, Nancy Pigott, Wenda Geiger, Karen Shaw, Mollie Magee, Diane 

Rednour, Jerri Wasmer. Third Row: Pam Eleuterius, Gale Harrison, Cathy Mclnnis, Julia Talbert, Kaye Sellers, Linda Havens, Jennifer 

Gullette. 






OFFICERS. Front Row: David Baknr, President; Dr. Tom Smith. Co- 
Advisor; Terry Roberts, C.E.I. Chairman. Bac;k Row: Russell Raulston, 
Vice-President of Pledge Education; Ernie Shuls. Historian; Bill Maxie, 
Vice-President of Professional Activities; Chris Cornell. Chanct^llor: 
David Jones, Secretary. Not Pictured: Steve Strickland. Senior Vice 
President; Mike Pierce, Social Chairman; Dr. Gerald Morgan, Advisor. 

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional 
fraternity organized to foster the study 
of business in universities; to 
encourage scholarship, social activity 
and the association of students for 
their mutual advancement by research 
and practice; to promote closer 
affiliation between the commercial 
wforld and students of commerce, and 
to further a higher standard of 
commercial ethics and culture; and the 
civic and commercial welfare of the 
community. 



Seated: Dr. Harris, Doug Wildman, Pat Godbold, Dr. Tom Smith, Otis 
Young, Terry Roberts, Russel Raulston. Second Row: Todd Messer, Bill 
Maxie, David Jones, Bob Buntin, Steve Webb, Jerry Yieter. Third Row: 
David Baker, Ernie Schuls, Bruce Swan, Rose 1975— Cindy Odom, Paul 
Gammel, Bill Dawkins, Chris Cornell. 

■DELTA SIGMA WM 



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First Row: Denita Calvin, Donna Fall, Ann Stenson, Phylanne Carnovale, Darlene Arnold. Second Row: 
Jennifer Clark, Becky Thompson, Debbie Carter, Joe Smith, Danny Hall, Beth Williams. Third Row: Joe 
Bell, Maxine Wainwright, Mary Nicorich, Ed Springer, Karen Doyle, Jan Schmotzer, Mary Huch. 




Seated: Ernest Cropper, Peggy Norris, Carol Mc Mullen, Connie McMullan, Bobby Seaton. Standing: Nancy Bellamy, Linda 
Williams, Cathy McKissick, Joe Dunaway, Steve Stroub, Wayne McClure, Mr. Russel Ray, Micky Ainsworth, Rusty Chapman, Larry 
Main, Judy Lea, Susie Harrington, Kathy Jacquet. 



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Officers: Cathy Muller, Pam Owen, Carl Headley, Stanley Hastings, Joyce Kackley, Richard Sanders, Dr. Bobby Moore. 




Shown: Charles Hall. Fredia Hall, Keith Langley. Kennrht Clark. Gwen Springsten. Prof. William Jones. 
Carolyn Hook, Jeanie Atkinson, Shelia Amason, Mark Boykin, Jan Boylis. Kathy Gore, Bettye Boyd, 
Barbara Merrill, Cynthia R^st. 



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RESIDENT 
ASSISTANTS 




Pictured: Ed Alpaugh. Ted Anderson, Kay Bailey, Jilia Bakley, Mrs. Clytie Barrett, David Bennett, Jody Blakeney, Greg Bozeman, Mrs. 
Hoise Brand, Mrs. Margery Brecht, Jerry Brubaker, Rena Butner, Lynn Canterbury, Mrs. Thelma Carroll, John Clower, Mrs. Jewel 
Culpepper, Lynn Daniels, Claudia Dennis, Randy Easterling, Mrs. Geneva Eichelberger, Dee Ellis, Ellen Farry, Beverly Freeman, Chuck 
Golladay, Sam Goshorn, Barbara Haddock, Sarah Harkins, Vicki Hightower, Mrs. Fay Jackson, Dean Johnston, Conrad Lutz, Mike 
Magusiak, Carmen Martin, Kay McNair, Kathy Mize, Janie Monroe, Ruth Nelson, Pam Opel, Ann Pennington, Lanita Simmons, Steve 
Slyfield, Steve Straub, Alan Swafford, Earl Switzer, Mrs. Irene Touchton, Leo Villar, Mrs. Frances Vinson, Donnie Walley, Mike Walters, 
Sherry Ward, Mrs. Mildred Weldy, Eddie Wells, Elvie Willis, Mell Ann Winter, Jeff White, Mike Witherspoon Not Pictured: Annette 
Brown, Andy Burch, Cathy Conerly, John Dolan, Karen Doyle, Sue Ebrite, Debbie Fluker, Carl Headley, Mrs. Louise Johnson, Rodney 
Jones, Ron Jordan, Pat McCarthy, Mrs. Georgia McSwain, Mary Moore, Kim Pollard, Susan Salvagno, Doug Schexnayder, Jan Schmotzer, 
Dick Simmons, John Stachura, Judy Thornton, Paul Tuccio 



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rAPPA CMICCCN DUI 

Yvonne Waters, Pally Bankston, Palsy Thrash, Bohhy (Jrapon, IJottii; McLcoil, (Carolyn Holliiigsworlh. Jutly Jones, Diane Rednour. 




First Row: Mike Frost, Ken Boucher. 
Melvaline Bullock. Marg,irel Crowder. 
Suz(>tte Geraud (Pres.), |immie Johnson. 
Second Row: Deanna I'revill. Palli 
Shock. Freddie McDaniel (Treas.). 
Third Row: |udy W<ird. MeHnda Smilh. 
Liirry Richardson, Bob Clardy. Fourth 
Row: Ann Mitcham. Ginger |arnes. 
Kiilhy Smith. )erri Wasmer. Cassie 
Flagg, Lynn Ward, Constance Farmer. 



INSTITLTICNAL 
ACMINISFCATICN CLLC 



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COLLEGIATE 
CIVITAN 



At Right. Kneeling: Buck Franklin, Vice President. Back Row: Charlie 
Gentry, President; Jeanine Goss, Secretary; Marolyn Michie, Public 
Relations: J.C. Patterson, Treasurer. Below. Front Row: Buck Franklin, 
Marolyn Michie, Rhonda Toney, Melinda Carter, Kathy Jacquet, Chuck 
Trahan, Kenny Hayman. Back Row: Charlie Gentry, Tillye Barry, Lisa Goss, 
Ellie Eaton, Gail Kowrach, Beverly Mangin, J.C. Patterson. 






r;ciNCNi/i 

CILC 



Th(! Koinoniii Club is the; Campus organization of 
thr; Southern Christian Stud(!nl C^dnlcr. Its Sunday 
nijjht prof^rams, chorus activititjs, study groups, 
game; road trips, s(;rvi(;(! projects, rt.'trcjats and 
sp(3cial faith sharing cflorts olfcr a full and 
r(!warding experience for th(! Christian on 
Southern's campus. The ccmter is sponsored by 
Churches of Christ. 





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SPEECH AND HEACING 




Front Row: Karen Clinton, Alecia Fortenberry, Diana Yost. Second Row: Sherry Shaw, Patricia McNary, Leslie Pearson, Ruth Hays, Paula 
HoUingsworth, Deborah Prince, Ann Miller. Third Row: Sharon McCaskill, Beth Hyde, Carroll Miller, Suzanne Sonnier. Fourth Row: 
Adrian Tureadd, Lynn Allsworth, Jand Grady, Beth Temple, Debbie Foster, Martha Lewis. Fifth Row: Debra Loden, Kathy Berry, Nan 
McWilliams, Leelen Terrio (Advisor). Marianne Middendorf, Susan Jones, Randy Rogers, Shelia Hodges, Grace Watts, Karen Stieffel, Jane 
Boyd, K-K Guider. 



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rAPPA. HL EPSILCN 

Front Row: )iim(;s Smith, M:irshii Oj^lcshy, Mrs. Alici' KssHiy (Advisor), ihcn^sc McCiiniy, Hiilloii Ciiu.scy. Vcnilii (Jlscn. Dr. ]<)(' Morrnll. 
Edmund Orr, Dr. Wiiiliico l'y<'- Scooiid Row: Ron Brooks, Dr. Port(T Webster, Andrews Fortenljerry, Su.san Horlock, Sarah HenshM^h. Dr. 
Ed Oxford, Dr. lioh King, Richard Sumnuirs, Dr. )ames Cavciny. 




Sitting: Billy Walters, Susan Moellers. Chuck CoUaday, Reverend Marshall Burnett, Dee Ellis, Carol Burnett. St.inding: Paul 
Baukema, Richard Kirschenbaum, Dawn Lea, Sebourn Mathis, |anet llegner, Gayt^ Taylor, Leonor.i I'rather. Becky Stevens. 
Diana Wright, 

WESLtr rCLNCATICN 



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LNIVECSITT EANCS 



SYMPHONIC WIND 

ENSEMBLE 



Oboes 

Debbie Romeo Dean 
David Crispin 
Tony Buzzella 

Bassoon 

Ruth Townsend 

Debbie Poulin 

Clarinets 
Alan Brady 
Susan Moellers 
Frankie Kelly 
Debbie Kohler 
Julie Brockway 
Susan Mendel 
Mary Ann Wade 
Alan Brown 
Carrie Smith 
Robert Sevier 
Jane Carlin 
Carla Woodmansee 

AJto Clarinets 
Lynn Basham 
James Livingston 

Bass Clarinets 
Ronald Williams 
Tommy Van Ness 

Contrabass Clarinets 
Rick Kriska 
Neal McMullian 



Flutes 

Barbara Rohnert 
Zabette Demarest 
Sadia Sexton 
Vanessa Gunter 
Helen Dornbusch 
Susan Glatzau 



Trumpets 
David Spencer 
Mike Burt 
Talmage Watts 
Carla Buice 
Treadv\/ell Davis 
Larry Clemens 
Mark Cantrell 
Jim Ford 



Percussion 
Jim Hamilton 
Tom Coursey 
Connie Sprinkell 
Mike Echolas 
Mike Schattgen 
Joe Evans 
Glen Buckalew 




Eb Alto Saxophones 
John Thomas 
Carrolyn Reeves 



Tenor Saxophones 
Richard Blaylock 



String Bass 
Glenn Swiatek 




Euphoniums 
Mike McBenge 
Hershal Williams 

Baritone Saxophone 
Danny Redden 

Trombones 
Steve Wiest 
Richard Morgan 
Sammy Gunter 
Ronald Howard 
Nancy Sheehan 

Tubas 

Tim Jackson 
Bobby Durham 
loe Rego 

Horns 

Pat Kowalczyk 
Susan Veglia 
Paul Godwin 
Tom Hundemer 
Charles Gavin 



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CONCERT 
BAND 



French Horns 
Terry Ivy 
Debbie Anderson 
ETane Reid 
John Gossman 
Diane Sandidge 
Mitch Cochran 
Pat Talley 
Jeanette Hays 



Flutes 

Jenni Duchek 
Karen Johnson 
Gwen Richardson 
Gayle Entrekin 
Katie Bray 
Skyo Hodges 
Maryelizabeth Ross 
Robert Magee 
Susie Smith 



Trombones 
Dal(! Hueb(!r 
Mike Wright 
David Lander 
Neil Murphy 
Robert Bishop 
Robert Brown 
Danny Beard 
Rick Prenshaw 
Roland Huie 




Bassoons 

Mary Kay Whorton 

Mary Rasp" 

Bass Clarinets 
Terry Massey 
Morele McElray 

Alto Clarinet 
Lynn Grier 



Contrabass Clarinet 
Daryl Doyal 

Percussion 
Jeff Rogers 
Sammy Barr 
Pete Wehner 
Mark Chancey 
Mike Nazary 
David Drake 
Billy Hammond 




Oboes 

Charles Robitail 
Terry McClure 
Jennifer Ryan 

Clarinets 
Cathy Box 
5haron Fillingame 
anet Griffith 
oanna Leonard 
<atherine Thompson 
Kathie Fritts 
Cheryl Burney 
Polly McLean 
Connie Bright 
Patty Ingram 



AJto Saxophones 
Judy Krewson 
Vic Flow^ers 
Norman Bennett 
George Cartwright 



Tenor Saxophones 
Richard Scruggs 
Mike Worrell 
Danny Hickc^y 
Stephanie; Craft 
Kathy Fields 



Trumpets 
Alvin Herrin. Jr. 
Randy Dick(!rson 
Steve Bonner 
Vicki Hall 

Genshoku Shimmura 
Tommy Taylor 
Keith Smith 
Dave Thompson 
Tom Henry 
Charles Jackson 
David Rodrigu(!Z 
John Shand 
Bryan Fields 
Michacil Williams 



Baritones 

Joe Nicholson 
Bill Pierscjn 
Tom Burchfield 

Tubas 

Paul St. Pierre 
Paul Stoulig 
K(!n Smith 
Jimmy Thorsln 
Porter Hiepson 



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VARSITY BAND 



Oboes 

Bryan Duloft 
Donna Bridges 
Catherine Whittaker 
Diana Day 



Tenor Saxophones 
Gordon Murdock 
Kenneth Hudson 
Bill Knox 
Mike Marks 



FJutes 

Debbie Vaughan 
Carl Schneider 
Suzette Travis 
Leslie Horn 
John Thomas 
Kym Solitaire 
Nancy Kepner 
Tootsie Jenkins 
Nancy Smith 
Ila Mae Dye 
Elise Walker 

CJarinets 
Joni Creel 
Anita Brown 
Nan Cochran 
Karen Hutchins 
Stan Harrell 
Rob Woodyard 
Janet Jones 
Marguerite Bullen 
Hanna Eubanks 
Melanee Miller 
Bertha M. Haynes 

AJto Saxophones 
Billy Walters 
Windy Rowland- 
Jayce Dove 
Cassandra Bass 
Robyn Kufner 




Trumpets 
John King 
Charles Shand 
Leo Villar 
Joe Merritt 
Rodney Jones 
William Crowell 
Bill Barker 
Joseph Armstrong 
Rusty Basarge 
Steve Parker 
Harry Robinson 
Ricky Mclnnis 
David Spanick 
Tommy Moak 
Jerry Polorich 
Tim King 
Lee Miller 
Rickey Hayes 
Rick Rowell 
Donald McLemore 



French Horns 
Ron Ericson 
Jody Chancey 
Pat Cuellar 
Christy Prine 
Ronnie Shell 
Cecile Scott 
Candy Cox 

Tubas 
Leon Daniel 
Jim Stine 
Len Jenkins 
Daniel Coshatt 
Bruce Garner 



Trombones 
Mike Pinson 
Ernie Chaffin 
John Evans 
Buddy Brewer 
Mike Sartain 
Susan White 

Baritones 
David Massey 
Stan Bookout 



Percussion 
Wayne Cook 
Gray Richardson 
James McMillon 
Jay Jernigan 
Don Garick 
Joe Leger 
Debbie Sane 
Jack Price 

Bassoon 
Jimmye Brashier 



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JAZZ LAB BAND 




Raoul |(T()m(!, Dircictor 

Rhythm 

'ohn H(Hlman, Bass 

Pet(! Wehn(!r, Drums 

'jelon Doswell, Guitar 

Steve; Rouse, Piano 

v^orky Robinson, Keyboard 

'ilvan Gallagher, Congas, Aux. Pcirc. 



Reeds 


Trumpets 


Trombones 


Rick Thorley 


Louis Olds 


Steve Wiest 


Rick Kriska 


Bill Hodges 


Richard Morgan 


John Thomas 


Glen N{;ese 


Neil Murphy 


Alan Brady 


Jim Ford 


Roland Huie 


Mike Worrell 


Mike Williams 


David Lander 


Danny Redden 




Jim Bruister 
Bobby Durham 



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USM SINGERS 



Derrith Allgood 
Nedra Allgood 
Ken Ard 
William Arnold 
Nancy Bennett 
Vicki Branton 
Gerry Braun 
Henry Breckenridge 
Tim Breland 
Jimmy Bridges 
Rickie Bullock 
Lisa Burgess 
Jane Calfee 
Mike Carter 
Debra Clark 
Linda Clark 
Cyd Crosby 
Randy Cuchens 
Ed Dacus 
Kristin Dahlquist 
Karen Daniel 
Alan Davis 
Lynette Davis 
Donald Dennis 
Kathleen Dodge 
Hope Donnell 
Tammy Dunnam 
Diane Eddins 
D.J. Elmore 
Helen Pike 
Janice Fortenberry 
Rebecca Francis 
Smithenia Frazier 
Mike Candy 
Don Gardner 
Miriam Gelfer 
Diane Gray 
Fred Griffin 
Karen Griffis 
Ginger Grissom 
Sharon Hannahan 
Jan Hargon 
Jan Hartman 
Donna Hearn 
Janet Hegner 
Deanna Heidelberg 
Lulu Helms 
Kris Hendershot 
Claire Herring 
David Hill 
Hal Horton 
Sheila Howze 
Don Husbands 
Earnest Jackson 
Kent Johnson 
Henry Ganes 
Robert Kelly 
Corinne Kinnebrew 
Karen Kirkland 



Rick Kyle 
Janis Langham 
Laurel Lehr 
Rebecca Lide 
Richard Lightsey 
Kim Lostetter 
Debbie McArn 
Mary Beth McArthur 
Harry McCraw 
Cheyney McCree 
Kathy Mangin 
Angle Manguno 
Lee Ann Mason 
Marilyn Mims 
David Mitchell 
Vicky Mitchell 
Kathy Mize 
Donna Moore 
Carolyn Morris 
Jackie Nelson 
Joel Nichols 
Lonnie Nielson 
John Odom 
Sam Oppelaar 
Katherine Parker 
Tommy Pearson 
Patti Pecher 
Sharon Penley 
James Pollard 
Melinda Pope 
Marilyn Porter 
Mike Posay 
Marcia Pov^^ell 
Robert Presley 
Pam Prestage 
Gwen Probst 
Helen Rice 
Cheryl Roberts 
David Roberts 
Judy Roberts 
Robin Rogers 
Sadia Sexton 
Scott Scherschel 
Hope Shiver 
Richard Sieger 
Rick Sisk 
Judy Smith 
Barbara Stevenson 
Kathleen Stieffel 
Becky Tate 
Linda Tubb 
Karl Twyner 
Cindy Von Tempske 
Milton Walker 
Robin Watford 
Susan White 
Ray Williams 
Shannon Williams 
Albert Willis 



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USM PHOTO SERVICE 




Front Row: Joy, Mitch, Marsha, Mike, Cheryl, Lori. Back Row: Vaughn, Peggy. Robert. 



257 



THE PRIDE . . . 
















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. . . AND DIXIE DARLINGS 



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STUDENT PRINT2 



W"^. ^ 





PHI ALPHA THETA 



Dr. Jay Anglin 

James M. Aultman 

Ruben Barbachano 

Dr. Richard Bowers 

Dr. Robert A. Brent 

Blannie Curtis 

Dr. Warrick R. Edwards 

Richard A. Greene 

Dr. John E. Gonzales 

Dr. John Guice 

Dr. Glenn T. Harper 

Walter Herbst 

Tim Hudson 

Max C. Johnson, Jr. 

Dr. Howard Jones 

Janet L. Lampton 



Jon Lewis 

Patrick S. McCarthy 

Dr. Kenneth McCarty 

Dr. Richard Mendenhall 

Dr. Wayne Mixon 

Don Paterson 

Lynn Roe 

Dr. William D. Scarborough 

Dr. William T. Schmidt 

Dr. John R. Skates 

Charles P. Smith 

Suanna Smith 

Jolane Springstone 

Dr. John Wallace 

Elizabeth A. Whiddon 

Dr. Leon A. Wilber 



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ML cm 

CP$IL€N 



First Row: Vicki Hall, Jan Hargon, Jimmye Brashier, Robin Rogers, Patti Pecher. Second Row: Theresa Bush, Sadia Sexton, Cathy Lee. 
Third Row: Lou Anne Powell, Lynn Basham, Beth Holcomb, Paulette Terry. Fourth Row: Lulu Helms, Debbie Mc Arn, Janet Hegner. Fifth 
Row: Ruth Nelson, Dr. Vivian Wood, Carol Felis. Sixth Row: Carolyn Reeves, Lynette Davis, Sharon Penley. 




CMICC€N 

DELTA 

LAPPA 



First Row: Dr. Joseph Clements, Michael Candy, Charles Golladay, John Gonzales. Second Row: Debra Holdren. Donna Lewis. Ron 
Manthey, Robert McDermott, Powell G. Ogletree Jr. Third Row: William Poirien, Gene Saucier, Dr. James Frederick Walker, Michael 
Witherspoon, Vernon Witherspoon. 



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rcAci3CCi\ 



Front Row: Michael Witherspoon, Editor; Evelyn Dunn, Schools and 

Colleges Editor. Second Row: Fredia Hall, Activities Editor; Mart Martin, 

Greek Editor; Sandra Pounds, Classes Editor; Becky Williams, 

Organizations Editor. 

Annual Staff. First Row: Mark Leach, Judy Ring, Gerald Noblin, Bart 
Gentry. Second Row: Judy Smith, Brenda Turner, Karen Clinton, Unknown 
Beauty, Lori Zwicke, Brenda Carson, Chuck Golladay. Third Row: Frank 
Thompson, Nan McWilliams, Kenny Jones, Rick Golladay, Steve Magee, 

Larry White, Ron Jordan. 





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STUDENT SENATE 

First Row: Frank Mctiks, Senate Presitient; B(!c;ky Vance;, President Pro-Tcsmpon;; Ginger Schweitzer, Senate Secretary; 
Mart Martin, Parliamentarian; Ann Harrington; Beth Franklin; (>harles Hall; Tony Buzzella; Mittie Nimocks. Second 
Row: Walter Burnell, Steven Miller, (>arol Buniclt, David Ragsdale, Cathy Vanc(', Pam Miller. [immy(; Brashicir, |ijdy 
Putaam, Carol Yarhroiigh, Jerry Alhritton. Third Row: [oanne Tisdelle. Oreg Little. Carolyn (Jarson. Fred JJale. )on 
Walt, Greg Morlan. 




ASC 




-^ STUDENT COURTS 



Seated: Ron Manthey, Attorney GencMal; Cindy Yarhroiigh, Secretary; Gee Oglelree. 

Presidiuit. Standing: Vi^rnon Wilherspoon. Academic Director; Bill Davvkin.s. 

Treasurer; |ames Barlxu'. El(H;tion Commissioner; Danny Nobles, Spirit Director: jim 

Borsig, Student Services Dir(H;tor; Frank Meeks, Vice President. 

ASB EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Supreme Court. Top Picture: Marc Irvin. Earl Swilzer. Larry 
Phillips. Affairs Court: Bob McDermott. Tolo Schmersaal. Rogers 

Druhet. 



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GRADUATES 





Adkins, Rose Mary Alford Laura A. 



Auyeung, Kenneth 
C.P. 




Barnes, Charles Stokes 



Baxter, Addison 
Sandel 




Boyd, Nita Jane 





Bramlett, James L. 



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Carter, WilHam A. 




Brister, Tommye 
Carolyn 



Brown, Cedric R. Bullard, Wanda E. Campbell, Mary Jo 




Celozzi, Matthew J. II Cleveland, Gloria Joan Clower, John Arthur Cole, Christopher 

Samuel 





Collum, Carla R. 



Cork, Judith Lynn 



Cross, Theodore 



Daniell, Madalene 
Burbage 



Dean, Alan Ross 







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Duncan, Tommy Easterling, Randy Fletcher, Hugh Herrick Foard, Kay 



Ford, Jesse A. Gandy, Michael James 




Gastelum, Felizardo 





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Gratta, David 
Middleton 



Grimes, Kennard Allen Herring, Stephen A. 




Holified, Mary Howard, Samuel J. 

Elizabeth 



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Howard, Susan M. Kelley, Thomas W. Ill 



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Kilpatrick, Bob 
Grissom 







Lewanika, 

Mwananyanda 

Mbikusita 



Lewis. David Isaiah 




Ladner. Sandra 
Virginia 




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Lo. Wai-Hon 




Lucius, Ruby LaNnll Major. Dinnp Daria 



Martin. Maureen 
Katherine 



267 



McBee, Robert D. 




McDermott, Robert 
Edward 



McDill, Shermaine McKie, Rosanne McRae, Mary Ella 





McSwain, Betty M. Olson, Venita Louise 



Patel, Naren M. Patten, Kathy Elliott Permezel, Odile Irene Perrott, Brenda Gail 




Phillips, M. Annette 
Eubanks 



Phillips, Larry Wayne 



Pouncey, Donald Gene Price, Linda Jane Pruitt, Deana Nichols 





Raines, John Dallas Rainwater, Brenda Joy Redditt, Marcia 

Smalley 




Reese, Norma Carol Roberts, George E. Roe, Lynn Angelique 




Schexnayder, Doug B. Sellers, Nancy Kelly 




Sims, Scott C. 



Smith, John H. 






Sweeting, William 
Thomas 



Taylor, Emmanuel 
Debo 




Tempel, Beth Toomer, Augusta C. Turner, David Glenn 



Varnado, Dorris 
LyNelle 



Ward. Judy Paulettc White. Charles Serrol 





Whittaker, Diane Lynn Williams, Ronald R. Williams, Susie Ann Winters, Daphne C. Wong, Clement Wright, David L 



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SENIORS 




Barnes, Twilah Barrett, Barbara Barton, William Batey, Brenda 
Jetawn Anne Harvey Alexander 




Baxter, Terri 
Vonselle 



Benham, Evelyn 
Gertrud 



Bertsch, Mary 
Alice 




Birdsong, 
Pamela Jane 




Blair, Kenneth 
Ray 



Blakeney, Jody Bobo, Roszetta 
A. 




Bodin, Debbie 
R. 



Boggan, Ronda 
Carolyn 



Bondurant, 
Herminie D. 



Bounds, 
Michael James 



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Bowen, Cindy 



Bowles, Jackie 



Bow^man, Brad 
L. • 




Boyd, Bettye 
Jean 



Brashier, 
Jimmye Ruth 



Breland, 
Timothy P. 



Brent, Charles 
Ronald 



Brent, Richard 
R. 



Bridge, Donna 
Gail 



Bridges, Arnold 
Davis 



270 



Bridges, ]immy Bridges, Linda 

C. L. 



)ri(iges, Miiry Brown, Dennis Brown, Frank 

D, I. 



Brown. Jo.innc 
M. 



ijrown. Marvin 
C. 




Brown, Wanda 
G. 



Brubaker, Jerry 
A. 



Brumfield, 
Linita F. 



Burger, Denise 
C. 



Burge, Sylvia C. 



Burnett, A. 
Carol 



Burnett. Walter 
M. 




Burt, Bryan N, Burt, Judy A, 



Burt, Michael Burton, James Buzzella, 

W. R. Anthony ]. 



Byrd, Kathy L. Cain. Don M. 




Call, Steve M. 



Callahan, 
Nancy H.W. 



Cameron, 
Sandra K. 




Camp, Claus I. 



Campbell, 
Bunny 




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Campbell, John Canterbury, 

M. I.inice L. 




Cappel, Samuel Carey, Carolyn 
D. E. 



Carlin, Jane K. Carlisle, Valarie Carlson, Nora J. 
A. 



Carmichael, 
Gary W. 



Carnell. 
Lawrence D. 




Carter, Edward Carter, Phyllis Carucci, Cathy Carucci, Frank Chandler, Garry Chapman, Chatham. 

I. M. ' D. J. B. Russell W. Dwain D. 



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Chisolm, 


Christian, Carl 


Cleveland, 


Collins, 


Colvin, Kenneth 


Compretta, 


Conerly, 


Deborah G. 


B. 


Deborah 


Margaret 


E. 


Tony, Jr. 


Cathryn C 





Conerly, Natha Conner Christie Cook Mary L. 
L. L. 



Cooley, Gloria Cox, Susan L. Cranmer, Carr Cropper, Ernest 

M. S. E. 




Crosson, 
EUzabeth 





Crotwell, Glen Crout, Michael Curry, James T. 
E. A. 



Dacus, Ed Daughdrill, Davis, Aaron R. 

Virginia 




Davis, Danny C. Davis, Debbie Davis, Donald J. Davis, Jerry W. Davis S. Lynette Davis, Olivia D. Davis, Pat J. 




Dawsey, Etta L. Deal, Margo Dedeaux, Billy 

R. 



Dedeaux, Velda Deen, Jeannie Dejean, Sharon Delcambre, 

L. M. C. Linda R. 




Dennis, Claudia DeShaw, Albert 
M. C. 



Dossett, Downey, Dozier, Amy L. Dreher, Diane Dubaz, Paul W. 

Gregory D. Lyndell C. 



272 



Dubo, Richard 
M. 



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Dubuisson, 
Marvin 



Dubuisson, 
William 



Duggan, Marian Dunn, William Dykes, Charles 
C. B. 



Eusli-Tliiiy, 
Lanora 




Echols, R. 
Michael 




'A/9^1 



Edgemon, 
Elizabeth 



Edwards, David Ellis, Frances E. Ellis, Ronald E. Ellis, W. DeWitt Ellzey, Charles 
E. E. 




Ellzey, Thomas Elmurr, Souad Epperson, 

F. F. David O. 



Epps, Cynthia J. Ericson, Ronald Pagan, Mary D. 
C. 



Farmer. 
Constance 





Farnsworth, Farris, Patricia 

Susan A. 



Fields, Marilyn Fisher, Lester J. 
A. 



Flowers, John 



Fondren, 
Brenda G. 



Fornca. Libbie 




A^ 




Francis, 


Franklin, 


Freeman, Alan 


Froman, Pamela 


Calbraith, 


Gammell, Paul 


Garrawav 


Rebecca L, 


Johnny B. 


L. 


I- 


Jeannette 


L. 


Susan V. 





Garrett, Paul D. 



Gavette, 
Cynthia A. 



Gavette, 
Kcnneth-B. 



Gavin, Mary R. Geiger. Wenda 
L. 



Gekides, Gentn,'. Charles 

Apostolos M. 



273 




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Gibbs, Sidney 
R. 




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Hettinger, 
Joseph A. 



Hettinger, 
Victoria 



Hicks, Tyron Hill, Barry J. 




Hinman, Mary Hodges, Sheila Hodges, Holdren, Debra Holladay, 

A. Stephen A. D. Jeffrey S. 





Holland, Susan Hollingsworth, Holmes, Donna Holston, Jo Holston, 

A. Judith E. Anne Victoria 




Hosch, William 
E. 



Houston, Linda Hyde, Mary E. Ingram, Janet L. 
S. 



Jabour, Karlene Jackson, Billie J. Jackson, Charlie 

W. 




Jackson, 
Deborah 




Jackson, Jackson, Lyle C. Jackson, Jackson, James, Martha Janes, John A. 

Elizabeth Patricia Q. Yvonne F. E. 




Jarvis, 
Stephanie 



Jenkins, Dawn 
S. 




Joachim, 
Ethelyn 



Johnson, Nancy 
D. 



Johnson, 
Sherryl A. 



Johnston, Elwin Jones, Jane A. 
D. 



274 





[ones, Leonard 
M. 



Jones. Lisa M. 



Jones, Michael 
S. 




Jones, Susan L. Jones, Teresa K. Jordan, Jane Jordan, jtjhn E. 




Jordan, Ron J. Jordan, Stephen Kackley, Joyce Kahlcr, 

L. L. Raymond E. 





Kaskie, Keausing, Greg Keen, Tommy Kelly, Robert H. Kelly, Stephen Kerlin, Rhonda Kerwin. John 

Kathleen M. D. D. D. S. 




Kimble, Mary A. Kimes, Aivin C. Kimmel, Joseph King, Ellen E. 

R. 



King, Maryann King. Raymond 
R. D. 



Kirkland. 
Beverly 





r> 



Kitchens, 
Alexandra 



Kitchin, John F. 



Knight, Karen 
A. J 



Krause. 
Timothy A. 



Krenzel. 
Deborah J. 



Kuykendall. L.idnor. D>ir\l 

Leslie 



275 



ner, Janice 


Ladnier, 


Laing, Billy G. 


Langston, Sarah 


Lancaster, 


Lancaster, 


Lassiter, 


M. 


Howard W. 






Jennifer 


Robert W. 


Sharon, K 




Lea, Judith G. Lee, Mary Anne 



LeNoir, Leverette, Lewis, Patsy K. Lindsey, Melvin Listen, Richard 

Elizabeth A. Danny T. C. A. 




Livingston, 
Roger 



Loden, Debra K. 



Lombardo, 
Charles 





Long, Enid L. Longo, Deborah Loup, John A. Loup, Maris S. 




Lowery, 
William T. 



Luenlfing, 
Michael 



Madden, 
William S. 



Magee, Steve Main, Larry R. 



Mallery, David Mallette, Karen 
P. A. 





Malone, Debbie Mander, Lynne Mangin, Beverly 
M. L. A. 



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Manthey, 
Ronald 



Marano, Jimmy Marquez, 

E. Elenor M. 






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Mars, William Martin, Alice F. Mathis, Ronald May, Glenn May, Sybil A. Mayfield, Steve McAtee, Terry 

O. W. M. W. L 




McClendon, 
Paula V. 



McCoy, John, D. McCraw, Mary McDaniel, Fred McDaniel, Larry 
M. M. 



McDonald. 
Eugene T. 



McDonald, 
Mary H. 




McDonald, Vera 


McDowell, 


McEwen, 


McGehee, 


Mclnnis, 


John S. 


McKibben. Ben 


McKinlev 


F. 


Johnny O. 


Leonard J. 


Thomas 






B. 


Randy C 




McLeod, 
Barbara L. 



McMillin, 
Andrew N. 



McNair, Mary 
K. 



McWilliams. 
Jane E. 



McWilliams, 
Nan E. 



Merrill, Barbara 
E. 



Michael. 
Thresia E. 



277 



Miller, Anne V. Miller, Brian K. Miller, Patsy J. 



Mims, Marilyn Moellers, Susan Moncure, Janice Monroe, Janie 
C. A. 




Moore, Ava L. Morgan, Margie Morgan, Mona Morlan, Morris, Thomas Murdock, Murphy, John P. 

M. A. Gregory S. E. Donna O. 




Murray, 
Cynthia L. 



Murrell, 
Edward H. 



Musgrove, Faye Myrick, Elaine Napier, Ramon 
P. R. M. 



Necaise, David Nelson, Audrey 
M. L. 




Nelson, Ruth K. Nelson, Stephen Netto, David B. Nicholas, Ricky Nicholas, 

M. Robert L. 



Nichols, 
William 



Nicholson, 
Kerry H. 




Niolet, Margaret Nix, Earl E. 

H. 



Norman, Susan 
L. 




Norwood, 
Barbara S. 



Oder, Joseph E. Odom, Bobby J. Odom, James E. 




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O'Donnell, Fran Oliver, William Ose, Idus A. 

S. D. 



Overby, G. 
Maurice 



Owen, Pamela Parker, Carley Parker, Vicki L. 

H. 



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Parker, Walter 
L. 



Parson, Jerome 
G. 



Patrick, James 
C. 



Pattison, 
William 



Pearson, Debra Peel, Gloria M. Pendergrast. 

L. Donald 




Penley, Sissy 



Pennington, 
Karen E. 



Pennington, 
Margaret 



Penny, Michael 



Peppers, Jocelyn 
R. 



Peresich, 
Myriam T. 



Petermann. 
Patricia ]. 




Peters, Darrold 
L. 



Peterson, 
Michael R. 



Pharr, Ethel M. 



Piazza, 
Charlotte C. 



Pinkerton, 
Marcia K. 



Pitts, Steven D. Pollock. Mark 
C. 




Pope, Posey, Mark L. Posey, J, Prater, Gregory Presser, David Preston, Erna J. Prisock, Susan 

Jacqueline Michael A. W. C. 




Ramm, Otto P. Rauch, Kitty A. Rawls, Ruth L 



Ray, William M. Reagh, Benny E. Reeder, Nancy Reeves, 

L. Carrolyn 



Reeves, Jimmie Reid, Myrtis A. 
K. 



Reihsmann, 
Robert M. 




Reynolds, Jamie Rhodes, Mark Rimes, Paula G. 

R. D. 



Roberts, Joyce Roberts, Kathy Roberts, Terry Robinson, 

V. E. L. Ronald D 




Rogers, George Ross, Jean C. Roth, Melinda J. Rounsaville, Roy, Charles R. Russell, Sidney Russum, John 

B. 



Deborah 



O. 



M. 




Rutland, Jackie Rutland, Vicki 
L. L. 



Salmon, John Sanders, Sanders, Sheryl Saucier, Karen 



M. 



Richard L. 



R. 




Savadra, Eric L. Savell, Marsha 
A. 



Schaef, Cart S. 




Schuls, Ernest Scott, Richard Seward, Sylvia Sexton, Dianne 

M. H. A. 





Seymour, Sharp, Shaw, Sharon Sheedy, Dennis Shelby, 

Ginger S. Rosemary S. A. W. Masserina 



Sheppard, Paul Shock, Patti, J. 
F. 



280 




Shoemaker, Sieg, Mike A. Simpson, Sims, Michele Sims, Scott C. Skadden, Karen Skipper, Cheryl 

James T. Margaret D. L 




Slider, Donald Smith, Carrie L. Smith, Deborah 
C. L. 



Smith, Donna 
M. 



Smith, Henry E. Smith, James O. Smith, Joseph E. 




Smith, Michael 

Q. 



Smith, Norma Smith, Peggy D. Smith, Robbie 

W. L. 



Smith, Ruth J. Solomon, John Somers. Patrick 

G. R. 




Souza, Ernest Spencer, 

Kenneth H. 



Springston, Stallings, Sonya Staton, Gary M. Steelman, 

Jolane A. Patricia 



Stenson, Ann L. 




Stewart, Stewart, Robert Straitiff, Dawn Strebeck, Sylvia Stringer, Dennis Strong, jerolvn Strumillo. Carl 

Richard W. B. E. 




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Stubbs, Patricia Sullivan, Doris Sullivan, Sumrall, Delia Sumrall, Oliver Swaiiii^r, Switzer, Earl C. 

Stanley A. G. Valerie 



281 




Tardy, Annette Terry, Paulette 

A. 



Thames, 
William L. 








Thomas, Martin Thomason, Thornton, Judy 

Doris C. 





Tisdale, George Tissue, Carol L. Todd, James S. Tureaud, Vance, Vivien 

J. Adrian V. R. 



Vaughn, Larry Villar, Leonardo 
R. E. 




Vinson, Terry E. 





Wacker, 
Margaret E. 



Waldrop, Wallace, Wah, Jon A. Ward, Sherry J. Ward, Wanda 

Sherrie K. Patricia A. K. 




Warren, 
Katherine 



Washington, 
Cassandra 



Waters, Bobbie Waters, Vicki J. 
Y. 



Watts, Alvin D. 



Weaver, Weber, Frances 

Richard G. E. 




Welborn, E. 
Louise 



Welch, Robin N. Welch, Terry D. 



Whiddon, Doris 
C. 



Whinery, 
George W. 



White, 
Gwendolyn 



White, Susan N. 



282 





Wilcher, Ethel 
L. 



Wiley, David B. 



Williams, 
Bradley D. 




Williams, 
Deborah J. 



Williams, 
Donna M. 



Williams, 
lonelle 



Williams, Songy 
S. 




Williamson, 
Henry 



Wilson, Alan C. Wilson, Brock Wilson, Cecil B. 



Wilson, David Wilson, Patricia 
S. 



Windham, 
Louan 



Winfield, Winstead, Winston, 

Gordon David W. Maurice C. 



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Winston, 
Maurice C. 




Witherspoon, 
Michael 




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Witherspoon, 
Vernon 



Woodards, 
Brinda C. 



Woods, Betsy A. 



Yassaee, 
Ahmad 




Yates, Robert L. Voder, Carmen 
R. 



Yost, Diana M. 



Zrinsky. 
Charles 




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Adkins, David 
B. 



Alford, 
Spurgeon 



Allen, Dennis C. Allen, Dianna L. Allen, Donna M. 




Allen, James P. Anderson, John Andress, Becky 
D. 



Archambeault, 
Gary 



Armstrong, 
Alice 




Atkinson, Ausmer, Angela Austin, Daniel Baer, Sandy K. 

Jeanine R. E. 



Bamett, Wanda Barrett, Mike A. Bates, Nanette 
K. C. 




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Baylis, Janet E. Beal, Bruce A. Bean, Jamie L. 



Bearden, John 
M. 



Beaugez, Julie Beech, Lana K. Beesley, Susan 




Bell, Alice R. Bell, Debra A. Bennett, David Berry, Bielstein, Cory Bilbo, Fred J. Bland, Lena 

B. Gwendolyn E. 




Blanks, Sylvia Blinson, Barry Blum, Susan L Bolden, Jocelyn Boone, Martha Bond, Debra A. Bonner, Terry L. 

A. K. L. 



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Borden, Kerry L. Boucher, Ken D. 



Bounds, Dane Bounds, Linda 

H. D. 



Boyles, Zylphia Bridges, Debra 
R. D. 



Brogan, Khoda 
S. 




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Broome, 
Deborah L. 



Brown, Earl D. 



Brown, Sharon Bryan, Lindy E. Bryant, Dewey Bufkin, Cheryl Bullen, 

L. P. L. Marguerite 




Surge, Donna L. Burkhalter, Burnham, James Burns, Debra G. Burtt, Judith A. Burler, Janette Butler. M. 

Linda H. G. Annell 




Bynum, 
Marshall T. 



Callahan, Mary 
M. 



Cameron, 
Olivia J. 



Carlson, James 



Carmichael, 
Ken 



Carney, Gary L. Carter. Edna N. 




Carter, Melinda Cassels, Castilan, James Chaney, Charles Cheatham. Chung, William Clarke. Kelly E. 

Kathryn R. L. Teresa P. 




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Clayton. Dinah Clayton, Mary Clearman, Billy Clerk, Josephine Clinton, Denese Coe. Steven R. Cole. David N. 
A. L. F. D. 



285 





Coleman, 
Suzanne 



Collins, Norman 
F. 



Cooper, Covert, Penny Cox, Russell J. Cuchens, Cutchin, Paula 

William G. S. Kenton E. B 




Dallas, Susan A. Davis, Danny B. Davis, Donald Davis, Jillesther Davis, Roslyn E. 

L. 



Davisworth, 
Sunny 



Dedeaux, Alice 
R. 





Dempsey, Keith 
C. 



Dickinson, 
Dennis 




Dill, Jo Anne 




Dodder, 
Kimbrell 



Donnell, 
Clarassia 



Doucet, Diane L. Dowling, Gloria 
E. 




Drake, David P. Duffy, Lou Ann Dugally, Suhail Easterling, Eleuterius, Elicker, Ellis, Yolanda 

A. Gregory Pamela Christine V. 




Ellzey, Stanley 
D. 



Entrekin, 
Steven P. 



Estep, Jerry A. Fallon, Becky J. 




Farokhi, Fielding, Mari Fields, Paul D. 

Hamideh C. 




Fike, Evelyn M. Finnegan, Paula Fleming, Debbie Ford, Jean E. 



Foster, Debbie 
V. 



Fountaine, 
James 



Fortenberry, 
Van 



286 




Fowler, Alan L. Francis, Charles 



Franklin, 
Deborah 



Franklin, )eff(!ry Franks, Tanya Futch. Wanda L. 
R. 



CJardner, 
Catherine 




Garner, Bruce Garner, Ginger Gavin, Diana L. Gibbs, Deborah Click, Priscilla Godbold, Golden, Gary 

A. A. I. Patricia M. 





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Gomez, Alberto 
F. 



Gordon, 
Richard D. 



Gore, Kathryn 
D. 



Gorrie, 
Gwendolyn 



Graham, Nancy Graham, Teresa Graves, Julie M. 
A. 




Gray, James L. Griffin, Wally 

O. 



Groves, Mary K Groves, Wylie Guess, Jessie B. 
B. 



Guider, D-D Guv. Debbv N. 




Halford, Debra Hall, Ambler C. 





Hall, Dewey S. 



Hanshaw, 
Walter A. 



Haralson, 
Douglas 



Hare. Dale A. Hartzog, Sara J. 




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Hatton, Ricky L. Hawkins, Carl 






Helmer. 
Catherine 



Helms, Betty 
Lou 



Henry, Sharon 
L. 



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Flerman, 
Stephen P. 



Herrington. 
Kathv 



287 




Holifield, 
Frances 



Holifield, Mark 
W. 



Hollingsworth, 
Paula 



Holloway, 
Debbie 



Holly, Mary L. Hood, Carolyn, House, Karen C. 
R. 




Hueber, Dale A. Hughes, Cheryl Hughes, Humphries, 

L. Dorothy P. Donna L. 



Hurtt, Judith E. lUich, David M. Irish, Laura L. 




Ishee, Mark T. Jackson, Jackson, Robert Jacobs, Roy W. Jacquet, Kathy James, Becky L. James, Bettye 

Kathaleen L. L- Sue 




Jenkins, Tootsie Jim, Peggy 



Johnson, Johnson, Robin Johnston, David 

Donald S. C. J. 



Jonas, Liz R. Jones, Barbara J. 




Jones, Carl D. Jones, Donald R. Jones, Henry A. 



Jones, Kathryn Jones, Melody Jones, Melvin L. Jones, Ronald R. 
D E. 



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Jones, Shirley K. Jordan, Dianfha Jordan, Victoria Kaplan, Eddie Keen, Annah M. Kendrick, Kennedy. Jane 

M. Rodney E. E. 




Kepner, Nancy Keyes, Kimble Keys, Karen E. Keys, Pauline S. Kiefer, 

J- R. Cassandra 



Killen, Kim T. King, Brenda J. 




King, Tim 



Knellinger, 


Knox, Tandra 


Kouba, Deborah 


Krell, Mitchell 


Krohn. Cilia G. 


Kropff. Cind\ 


Debra 


M. 


J. 






M. 






Kuhnert, Gail A. Kyzar, Ether J. 



Lambert, 
Richard D. 




Landrum, Delia 
J- 



Landry, Rhonda Lane, Barbara J. 
L. 




Langlev. M. 

Kriih 



Langlinais. 
Roblov 



Larkin. Robert 
L 



289 



Lassiter, G. 
Carol 



Lawson, Janice Leach, Jerry A. 
A. 



Lee, Amy L. Ley, Hugo D. Lindsey, Donnie Little, Josephine 




Lock, James W. Lokey, Richard Lokey, Sonia R. Lowery, Regina Lowrey, Bobby Luck, Larry Lynch, Chris 

K. L. G. Sue 




Magee, Mollie 
C. 



Magee, Wonder Magoun, Ronald 

N. 



Mapes, Ronald Marine, Kathy Martin, Melody Martin, Sheryl 
M. L. A. L 




ino, Dotty 


Marty, Zoe 


Matheny, Tim 


Matthews, 


Matthews, 


Matthews, 


Mathis, 


E. 




R. 


Andrea K. 


Linda S. 


Renee J. 


Constance 




May, Judy Ann 



McBride, 
Candace F. 



McClay, John 
W. 



McClendon, 
Jennifer 



McClure, 
Wayne A. 



McGehee, 
Dorothy J. 



McGehee, 
Ronnie L. 




McGowan, McGuffee, Mclnnis, George McKey, Phillip McMulIan, McMullan, 

Dianne Alecia J. C. R. Carol D. Connie J. 



McNair, Vicki L. 



290 




McSwain, 
Celeste 



McSwain, 
Charm R. 



McSwain, 
Cynthia C. 



Meadows, 
Roger G. 



Meadows, 
Sharon L 



Meadows, 
Wanda C. 



Miller. Melanee 
R 




Mills, Shirley N. Mitchell, David Moffett, Harvey Montgomery, Montgomery, 

L. Carlos Thomas 



Monts, Paul W. Morales. Roger 





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Morgan, Mary Morris, Carolyn Morrow, Betty Mowdy, Bobbie Mowdy, Kathy Mozingo. Susan Mulier, 

Lvn S. J. Sue D. Catherine 




Musgrove, 
Charlotte 



Muth, Lloyd J. Myers, Patty L 



Myrick, Debbie Neal, Rodney K. Neely, Willie D. Nelson, Nolann 

G. 




Nester, Joanne Newman, Gary Newman, Nichols, Adelia Norris, Peggy A. Northup, Nancy Nult. Brnnie R. 

L. M. Thretha A. B. A. 




O'Brien, Robert Ogletree, Powell Orange, Osswald, 

M. G. Thomas W. Richard L. 



Oswalt. Lula K. 



Parker. 
Talmadge W. 



Parks. Billv R. 



291 



Parker, Beth A. Patterson, Dora 
D. 



Patterson, Patterson, John Pearce, Frances Pearson, Donna Pease, David B. 

Janice C. S. D. 




Pendergrass, Pettis, Elizabeth Pierce, Sarah K. Pitts, Donald L. Polk, Jimmy K. Pollard, James Pollard, Robert 

Frances W. E. 






Pollard, Pope, Linda Powell, Glenda Pyron, A. Leon Quin, Kathy Ragland, Walter Ramsey, Sandra 

WiUiam B. S. L. F. 




Ransom, Rawls, Debra D. 

Beverly 



Ray, Elizabeth Rednour, Diane Reed, Carleton Reed, Jay F. Reeves, Marcia 

A. K. L. D. 




Rego, David 



Richards, James 
T. 



Richardson, 
David E. 




/^^N. 



Richardson, 
Edward 




Richmond, 
Deborah 




Riley, Beth H. Rivers, William 
D 




Roebuck, Vicky Rogers, Randy Rose, Wanda 
L. F. 



Rosenbush, Rushing, Betty 

Henry B. A. 



Rush, Janis Russell, Judith 

D, 



292 




Rust, Cynthia L. 



Sanders, Alice Sands, Esther Santord, Valerie Sauls, Russell 

E. M. J. V. 





Schuienberg, Schweitzer, Seay, Curtis E. Shand, Charlie Sharp, James C. Sharp, Kenneth Shaw. Karen F. 

David Ginger M. 




Shearer, Oliver Sholl, George Shows, Harvey Sikes, Robert L. Simmons, 

V. W. F. Richard 



Sinquefield, Slayden, Roger 

David D. 




Smith, Deborah Smith, Doris J. 
A. 



Smith, Gloria J. Smith, Gussie Smith, Howard Smith, Joel O. Smith. 

M. Raymond 




Springston, 
Gwendolyn 



Springston, 
Hugh M. 



Steele, C. Ann 



Stieffel, Myra Stewart, Donna Stone. Stephen 
A. R. P. 




Stonestreet, 
Reeves 



Stringer, 
Patricia E. 



Stringer, Susan 
L. 



Sullivan, 
Suzanne 



Swafford, Alan 
V. 



Swetman. 
Susan T. 



Tavlor. Dan C. 



293 



Taylor, Wayne 


Terry, Fran E. 


Thomas, 


Thompkins, 


Thompson, 


Thompson, W. 


Thompson 


T. 




Andrea 


Charles 


Deborah 


Frank 


Merry E. 





y^Li, jNJ^^, 



Thompson, Tisdelle, Karen Tobin, Michael Todd, Cindy A. Tolar, Terry L. Travis, Cynthia Trest, Janet L. 

Rebecca M. S. J. 




Tucker, Bridget Tucker, Jewel B. 



Tullos, Turasm, Bobby Turcotte, Turner, Patricia Vance, Sherry 

Katherine F. Lauren E. A. K. 




Van Norman 
Laura 



Volz, Anthony 
G. 



Wade, Jocelyn Walker, Audrey Walker, Charles 
R. P. D. 



Walker, Roger 
D. 




Waller, Sandra Wallis, Timothy Walters, Bonita Walters, Walters, 

H. A. Paulette Richard M. 



Warren, Karen Watkins, Amos 
D. S. 




Watson, Joann Watts, James E. Watts, Linda E. Webb, Donna Wehrmann, Welborn, Welch, Patricia 

M. Debbie Danny F. A. 



294 



I 




Wells, Jay L. 




•m>fi- 'Ia.^ 



Wells, John E. Wheat, Glen W. Wheeler, Geary White, Carolyn While. Larry C White. Pamela 

V. C. 




X-iH^V y- 




Whittle. Joyce 



Wilkerson, 
Agnes 



Wilkerson, 
Debra 



Wilkerson, 
Edward 



Williams, Beth Williams, David 
A. 



Williams, 
Dennis L. 




Williams, Diane 


Williams, 


Williams, Linda 


Williams, 


Williams, 


Williams. 


Williams, 


B. 


Kathleen 


K. 


Pauline 


Rebecca 


Shannon 


Thomas C 




ik/\ 



Wilson, Ralph 
A. 



<;?-« 




i&ft/V>Jil 



Windham, 
Diane 



Windham, 
Rhonda 



Windham, 
William 




Woods, John C. Wright, Ann M. Wright, James 

C. 




Yam, Wai-Sang Young. Joseph 
D. 



Zimmermann. 
William 



295 



SOPHOMORES 




l^^^^p''^ 



,V. S.cehc.>.^ U >- 




Adams, Ann P. Adams, Gail M. 



Albritton, 
William G. 




Alcaraz, Daily 
L. 



Alexander, 
Cindy D. 



Allen, 
Desdamona L. 




Allred, Al W. 



Anderson, 
Judith L. 



Anderson, 
Rickey H. 




Anderson, 


Baggett, Linda 


Baily, Cynthia 


Baird, John A. 


Barrett, Larry 


Susan E. 


D. 


A 




W. 



Bateman, 
Angela J. 



Baits, Barbara 
B. 





t\f A -Aa- 




Berryhill, Besant, Virena Bester, Patricia Bissell, Allen H., Black, Victor J. 

Teresa S. A. Jr. 



Bolle, Chris J. Borsig, James B. 




Bowlds, Robert Boykin, Donna 
K. E. 



Bradley, Alice Bradley, Treasa Brantley, Joyce Branton, Vicky Brinson, Hector 

A. K. A. C. H. 



296 





Brogan, Susan 


Brown, Annette 


Brown, Betty A. 


Brown, 


Buckalew, 


M. 


H. 




Cassandra P. 


William G 



Buckley. Sherry Bush. Theresa 
I. C. 



Cain, Wayne C. Callahan, Carroll, Beverly 

Evelyn V. B. 



- 7^ V ^^ ^pWnRroi 




Carson, Carolyn Case, Cathy A. 



Chancellor, Jill 
E. 





Cline, Cynthia 
A. 



Cox, John W. Cox, Samuel C. 




Cretin, Marcia Crosby, Ophelia Cupitt, Carol A. Curry, Kenneth Davenport, 

L. L. D., Jr. Brenda J. 



Davis, Herman Deiblcr, Earl F., 
Jr. 




Dennis, Donald Dickinson, Edie Dodder, James Dodge, Kathleen Draughn, Nancy Duloft, Bryan K. Durham. 

W. W. A. J. Theresa P. 



297 



Dyer, Suzanne Easterling, Edwards, Joyce England, Rex R. Engle, Terry L. Fairley, Wayne Farquhar, Diana 

H. Clemestine E. L. M. 




Fasano, Susan 
D. 



Fillingame, 
Michael 




Flanagan, Carl Fortenberry, 

D. Cynthia 



Fowler, Steven Fowler, Teresa 
W. C. 



Fox, Allen D. 





Franklin, Cathie 


Frazier, 


Freibert, Mary 


Candy, Tianny 


Gardner, 


D. 


Smithenia D. 


T. 


J- 


Warren H 



Gewin, Robert Gibbs, Malissa 
B. A. 




Gibson, E. Godbold, Hugh Godwin, Grace, Leslie J. Graham, Robert Granados, Griffin, Ken A. 

Ricky B. Michael G. M. Maria D. 



298 





Guarr, Vivian Y. Haffly, Stephen Hall, Thomas ]. 



H;immett, 
William C. 



Harrell, Stanley 
M., Jr. 



Harriel, 
D(;borah L. 



Harrington. Ann 




Hart, Jimmy L. Hawley, Debra Hemphill, Hicks, Theola 

J. Rhonda K. M. 





Hill, Gloria J. Hill, Mary A. Hill, Vanessa I. Hitchner, Janet 

L. 





Hooker, Howell, Denise Howell, Harold Howell, Jerry M. 

Dorothy O. J. R. 



Howze, Shelia Hudson, James Hughes, Shirley Hughey, Joseph Huie, Roland E. Hull. Randall L. Hunter, Marilvn 
A. D. A. C. E. 





Huntley, Hutchins, Irwin, William Jackson, James Jcng, Jiing-Su Johnson. Jerry Johnson. Rita L. 

Catherine O. Laquefte S. W. K. G. 



299 





ones, Lynne D. Jones, Nola K. 



Johnson, Henry 
R. 



Kendrick, 
Cheryl J. 



Kenny, David T. King, Marie T. 




Kinnebrew 
Corinne 



Kirkland 
Pauline 



Knowles, 
Priscilla N 



Kreamer, 
Sharlene A. 



Lackey, Jeffrey Ladner, Ricky Lawton, Ashley 




Lee, Dahlia J. Leja, John S. Lenoir, Gennice Lightsey, Owen Little, David F. 

R. 



Livingston, Lowery, Bobbie 



James M. 



J. 




Lowery, 
Sharleen G. 



Lowry, Merry L. Lucas, Suzanne 



Luckett, Mabry, Dorothy Mallette, Debbie Malley, Patricia 

William G. J. C. A. 





Martin, Freda Martin, William May, Bowers G. McCain, Leslie McDonald, McKee, Fredna McGraw, 

M. P. E. Omeria L. E. Kimberly I. 




McLain, 


McNair, 


McSwain, 


Meitzler, 


Millet, 


Moncrief, 


Moore, Randy 


Cynthia A. 


Dorothy A. 


Dianne 


Deborah J. 


Georganne E. 


Joseph S. 


O. 



300 




Nichols, Joel B., 
Jr. 



Nichols, 
Randall M. 



Nichols, 
William F. 




Nielson, Julie M. Nolan, Gregg Nolen, Susan J. Nunnery, Sheri Owen, Gail A. 



Parish, Laura L. Parker, Stephen 
R. 








'ssum 





Patterson, Pearson, Leslie Pearson, Ollie Penny, Damon Peterson. Pickens, Pippen. 

Charles S. E. M. A. Chervl D. Elizabeth A. Catherine M. 



301 





Porter, Patsy J. 



Price, Carmen 
T. 




Prine, Christine Quan, Rosa L. 
E. 




y^'^v 



Quant, Santiago 
J- 



Ramsey, Ratcliff, Kathy Ratliff, Michael 

Patricia D. A. V. 



Rice, Helen A. Russell, Carolyn Sandidge, 

Dianne L. 




Schuman, 
Junius P., Jr. 



Sharpe, 
Deborah E. 



Shaw, Clara A. 



Simmons, Don 
R. 



Sims, 
Casaundra Y. 



Sims, Gary T. Slade, Carl S. 




Smith, 
Jacqueline Y. 



Sonnier, 
Suzanne E. 



Stafford, Laura 
E. 



Stevens, 
Rebecca A. 



Stewart, 
Marilyn E. 



Stone, 
Candance E. 



Street, Tommy 
E. 




Strong, Lavie R. Sullivan, Mary Sutton, Mary L. Taylor, Lynn M. 
M. 



Taylor, Nancy Taylor, Ollie M. Taylor, Ron D. 
G. 



302 



Tempel, Lucy K. Tobias, Audrey Tolbert, Jennie Turner, Jo C. Tweed, Mary A. VanNess. 

D. V. Thomas E. 



Villanueva, 
Axel 




Villanueva, Wade, Eddie M., Wade, Mary Waites, Joe E. Waitt, Pete Wales, Pearl E. 

Max Jr. Ann 



Walker. Joan B. 





^. 



^ ^ 



N 



Walker, 
Rosanne 



Walters, Bill Wasmer, Jerri L. Watts, Tommy 

E. 





Wells, Carolyn Wesberry, West, Stephen Whistler, 

Debbie L. A. Cynthia A. 




White, James S. White, Kathy N. White, Sharon Whitfield, 

L. David G. 




Williams, Sarah 
L. 



Williamson, 
James K. 




Womack, 
Annette 




303 



FRESHMEN 





Acker, Bryan E. Adam, Anthony 
J- 



Adkinson, 
Catherine 



Anderson, 
"Stretch" 



Anderson, 
Russell B. 



Araica, Marlia 
F. 



Ashley, Shelia 
D. 




Ashmore, Billy 
J- 





iS fk^y A 



Austin, Beverly Autry, Rebecca Auyeung, 

A. L. Marian L. 





Bailey, Bardey Barber, Jennifer Barnes, Diane L. 
H. D. 





Bass, Rebecca S. Bateman, 

Cheryl L. 





Baukema, Paul Beasley, Kim S. Beasley, Ronald Bellah, Marvin 
R. R. J. 



Belton, Katrina 
L. 




Bennett, Joyce Berry, John D. 
A. 



Beyer, Jerelyn B. Blackstock, 
Brenda 



Blackwell, Judy Bless, John R. Blick, Robert H. 
B. 



304 






Boggs, Tina M. Bolton, Lucille Boro, William J. Bosarge, 

Wannan W. 



Bosworth, 
Karen L. 



Boxdale. Jerrle 



Brabston. Ann 
M. 




Brantley, Sonja Breland, Gwen Brewer, William Bridges, Tanya 
K. L T. P. 



Britt, Randall Bronte. Patricia 
M. A. 



Brooks. M. 
Leslie 




POi^^ 



Broom, Reggie Browder, Brown, Brenda Brown, Marilyn Burchfield, Tom Burge, David M. 

H. Randall G. G. S. U. 



Burge. Mar\' R. 




Burnside, Julia Bush, Susan D. Buttross, Jayne Byrd, Dwight C. Cain. Melanie 

D. L. G. 



Calfee, Donna Calvin. Danita 

L. G. 




Carey, Larry D. Carley, Mari M. 



Caroselli 
Russell I 



Carpenter. Mitzi Carr. Lisa D. 

L. 



Carson. Brenda Carter. Audrey 
K. F. 





Champagne. Chow, Ligia E. 

Lori 



Christian, 
Carolyn 



Clark. Linda M. 



Clemens. 
Lawrence 



Cobb. 

Shiinin L. 



Colin. 
Angelica 



305 



Conway, Paula Cook, James L. Cook, Sharon A. Cooper, Elice Cowen, Patricia Cox, Candy A. 

R. L. 



Creel, Perri D. 





Crispin, David 


Crosby, Judy E. 


Crowe, Cretia 


Cumbest, J. 


Cunningham 


E. 




A. 


Brent 


Ernest 



Damewood, Dann, Betty R. 

Linda K. 




DeFatta, Susan Deymore, Marie Disbron, Linda Dixon, Bernita Dore, Lorraine Dukes, Dianna Dukes, Lillie E. 

A. E. S. D. A. 





Duncan, 
Bradley C. 



Dunn, Evelyn 
M. 



Dykes, Madge 
E. 



Easterling, 
Glenda 



Engle, Tammy 
L. 



Eubanks, 
Hanna L. 



Eure, JaNae 





Extine, Roy S. Fairley, Wanda 
F. 



Farris, Richard Favre, Michael 

S. J. 





Felton, Janice Fleck, Darlene Fleming, Valerie 

M. L. K. 






y 




Fletcher, 
Theresa D. 



Fletchinger, 
Nancy 



Flowers, Victor 
A. 



Foyte, Shirley 
A. 



Fortenberry, 
Donna 



Freeman, 
Kimberly 



Fulford, Karen J. 



306 



Fuller, Ronnie L. Funk, Charlene 
M. 



Fussell, Gandy, Linda E. Ciiiry. Caroline German, Brenda Gibson, Wesley 

Chandra D. ' E. E. C. 




.^V? 



Gilner, Michael 
A. 



Goldsmith, 
Charles 



Grady, Karen K. Graham, Debbie 
C. 



Gray. William 



Gretm, 
Catherine 



CJriffin. Gloria 





m '\yh 






^\ / 



^^-\"'4.;^l 




Griffith, Linda Gulette, Jennifer Hadden, Anita Hall, Michael D. Hammett, James Hannah, Mary Hanson, David 

F. G. L. K. A. 




Hanson, Jerry R. Hargon, Robin Harrington, 

Margaret 



Hataway, Hon Hatten, Vivian Hayes, Myra L. Havman. 

C. D. Kenneth H. 




Haynes, Marie Hendricks, 

Debra L. 



Hodges, 
William H. 



Holifield, Tana 



Hollingsworth, 
Toni 



Hollingsworth. 
G.irv 



Hollowav. Mar\' 
C. 




Hook, Mark E. Hooker, Sharon 
E. 



Howard, Hurst, Barbara Hylander, Terri Ingram, Patricia Jackson. 

Sandra E. J. ' J. V. Charles R. 



307 



lames, Julia A. Jernigan, Daniel Johnson, Anita Johnson, 

J. A. Elizabeth 



Johnston, Freda Johnston, Stacie Jones, Barbara 
A. L. A. 




Jones, Bruce C. Jones, Mamie C. Jones, Rosie M. Kelly, Janet M. Kendrick, 

Cynthia D. 




Kerr, Mary C. Keys, Audrey D. 






Killen, Regina King, John S. Kjellenberg, Knox, Pamela J. Krenzel, 



N. 



Charlene 



Kwong, Richard Langdon, Kelly 
L. 




Lantrip, Jan M. Latham, Kathy Laurendine, 

M. Sharon 



Lee, Doretha Lee, Karen A. Leggett, Mark E. Lide, Reebecca 

M. 




Lightsey, Regina Linton, 

E. Deborah, L. 



Logan, Noreen Long, Debra K. Lott, Eldra S. Lowee, Martha Lowery Oneda 

A. L. C. 




Luehlfing, Lundy, Michael Magee, Keith F. Mangin, Mansour, Marochino, Massengale, 

Martin S. Kathleen M. Carolyn M. Barbara Carrie 



308 



Massey, David Mathis, Cathryn Mattina, Jo S. McCain, |ohn McClure, Terry McDonald. McLemore. 

W. E. W. A. Jennifer Donald T. 




McManus, McNease, Karen McSwain, Medino, Julio C. Mihalik, Mary Milazzo, 

Penny L. E. Cassandra S. Virginia 



Miller, Lee 




Miller, Paulette Moak, Thomas Monk, Richard 
E. A. Ill W. 



Montgomery, Moore, Linda L. Moore, Teresa Moirhead. M. 

Brenda M. Jean 




Murdock, 
Gordon D. 



Murphree, 
Thomas E. 



Murphy, 
Carleen O. 



Murphy, 
Colleen F. 



Murrell, Terri D. Mutz, Christine Navlor, William 
B. " F. 




Meal, Russell P. Neely, Donna G. Newsom, Karen Nimocks, Mittie 

L. 



O'Bryan, Jill Oliver, James Orellanna, Jaime 

W. 




Osbin, Charlie Otwell, Sandra Overby, Page, Daniel E. 

L, K. Michael' R. 



Panther. Sarah Parker. Cathy Parkinson. 

J. D. Mary D. 



309 




Parkman, Karen Pearson, James Pendergrass, Pendergrass, 

V. T. Gary Roy 



Peters, Pauline Phillips, Kenny Phillips, Percy 
E. L. 




Pittman, George Poole, Debbie L. 
W. 



^J^/^^ 




ym^ 



Poole, Jodie A. Poon, Kwok- 

cheung 



Porter, Eric Porter, Patricia Portner, Gina A. 




Posada, Daniel Posey, Chlotia Prather, Leonor Price, Celia L. Pringle, Joseph 

E. L. L. 




/^i y^' /^ -^ 



Proctor, Gloria Pounds, Sandra 
L. K. 





Rand, Miriam Ratcliff, Mary L. Rayborn, Mark Redd, Larry P. 

H. A. 



Redden, J. 
Daniel 



Reeves, Laura 
A. 



Rentz, Irvin G., 
Jr. 



f^ 



>. 





Reynolds, 
Sammy C. 




Rheuark, Elton Richardson, 

B. Rachael 






Ring, Judy A. 



Rische, Bethany Rivere, Gail D. 
A. 



Roberts, Helen 
J. 




Roberts, Miriam 


Roberts, Sharon 


Robertson, 


Robinson, 


Robinson, Linda 


Robitaille, 


Rodgers, 


A. 


A. 


Velma 


Harry 


A. 


Charles 


Mitchell 



310 




Rogers, Rebecca Rollins, Lesley J. Sane, Deborah Saucier, Brian Sauci(!r. Ronee 

I- L. G. D. 



^^ V 



Scardintj Schneider. Carl 

Leonard R. E. 





ti^^ 




Scianna 
Kenneth 



Seidner, Martin Sevier, Robert Seymore, Mary Seymour. Karen Sharp, Cecil G. Shaw. Kenntlh 

C. F. T. R. 




Shorter. 
Deborah L. 





Shows. George 
D. 



Simmons. 
Daniel O. 




Simmons. 
David 






Slade Susan E Slamans. Cari L. Smith, Connie 

L. 





Smith, 
Kathyryn E. 



Smith, Ken S. 



Smith, Melinda Smith, Nancy C. Smith, Norman Smith, Susan A. Smith, Valmena 




Solitaire, Spears, Jimmie Speed, James Stamps, Charles Stamps, Curtis Stevens, Pierce Stewart, 

Theresa M. VV. T. A. A. Lindsey 




Swanson, Kevin Tabor, Billy R. 
C. 



Tan, Mary G. 



.9, 9 § 

Taylor, Paulelte Thofield, Kay L. Thomas. Brian Thomas. Jane E. 

K. 



311 



Thomas, Joy R. 



Thompson, 
Alfreda 



Thompson, 
Katherine 



Thompson, 
Linda M. 




Thompson, 
Michael 



■J^ /^jj' ^ /iMw\m 



Trahan, Charles Trammel, 

C. Ronald E. 





Travis, Suzette 
L. 






Trigg, Diane L. Triggs, Pamela 
M. 



Tseng, Man- 
Wai B. 



Tucker, Brady 
L. 



Vaughn, 
Deborah L. 



Villarreal, 
Richard 





irjk 




Vinson, Alyce Vinson, VonTempske, Walker, Shoron Ward, Virginia Watts, James A. Webb, Robin T. 

M. Catherine Cindy L. L- 




Weeks, Wayne Wehon, Pamela Whitaker, 

H. J- Catharene 



White, Linda K. White, Patricia Wiest, John S. 
A. 



Williams, John 
D. 




Williams, Lillie Williams, Linda WilHams, Terry WilHamson, Willis, Betty J. 

J. A. N. Leisa 



Willoughby, Wilson, Sharon 

Ronda M. 




Wilson, Thelma Wise, Linda S. 

R. 



Wolfe, Nancye Wright, Diana L. Wright, Zelma 
A. A. 



Zimmerman, 
Terence 



312 



LATECOMERS 



Beavers, Bobby J. 
Culderon, Carlos E. 
Gcisel, Icmny G. 
Gill, John W. 




Ginn, ]uit L. 
Haile, Tesfa 
Harper, William D. 
Johnson, Bart A. 
Jones, Gary W. 
Lasher, Wayne 



Brooks, Ronald D. 
Bush, Wanda S. 
Calloway, Cecil B. 
Caruthers, Michael 
Clardy, Robert C. 
Cook, Larry K. 



Cumbo, Cornelia C. 
D<iiley, Carl E. 
Daniels, Nya M. 
Day. Amy M. 
DeStafano, Robert 
Duthie, Jon C. 



Dwyer, Sherry L. 
Ellis, Ronald E. 
Fountain, Deborah L. 
Fountain. Kim M. 
Giraud. Suzetle L. 
Marrington. Pamela 



Halhorn. Randy S. 
Haynes. Jessie Y. 
Hendershot, Kristin L. 
Henderson, Kim L. 
Henry, Thomas C. 
Hinton, Lena A. 



313 



SENIORS 



Hollingsworth, Beverly 

Johnson, Jimmie L. 

Joyce, William H. 

kelly. Gay B.H. 



Lee, Vaster 

Manuel, Angela M. 

Mathis, Jeanell 

Maziir, Peggy M. 

McGill. Frances J. 

Moran, Kathy M. 



Musgrove, Faye P. 
Nelson, Stephan M. 
Nester, Don P. 
Preston, Randy G. 
Rainey, Debbie L. 
Richard, Molanda 



Richards, William G. 

Rodgers, Janice E. 
Smart, Katherine M. 

Smith, Michael S. 

Stevens, Cindy M. 
Strong, Karen G. 



Swanier, Daphne A. 

Thrash, Patsy S. 

Weldy, Karen S. 

Winstead, Ricky N. 

Womack, Richard 



JUNIORS 



Basham, Kathy L. 
Beeman, Melita J. 
Berry, Kathryn E. 
Blakeney, Jody A. 
Boteler, Perri T. 
Boyd, LaNell 



Brown, Betty M. 

Brown, Wanda F. 

Coursey, Harold T. 

Cowart, Emma L. 

Crabtree, Virginia, L. 

Davis, Janice H. 



Drummonds, Peggy G. 

Dveirin, Janice L. Fike 

Fike, Helen L. 

Fox, Angela A. 

Gargiulo, Terese C. 

Gentry, Hobart W. Jr. 




3U 




Gray, Diane 
Grant. Robyn D. 
Grier, Sherrie L. 
Gunn. Tommy D. 
Hiilbcrl. Linda 
H.ill. N, Sue 



Hiirris. DanM N. 
Hijrvey, Beverly A. 
Hdrvison. Kllen J. 
Hdvens. Linda N. 
Ho. Josephine" 
Irby, Bunnie L. 



Jackson. Don K. 
Johnson. Cvnihia B. 
Jolly. Randy H. 
Jordan. Annie L. 
Keith. Larry E. 
Kiftrell. Patsy 



Massey, Pete 
Mozur. G, David 
McAulay, Mona W. 
McKissick. Cathy E. 
Merchant. Pegjjy A. 
Miller. Michael E. 



Miller, Steven J. 
Mitchell. James B. 
Munro. Deveaux C. 
Moore. Owen A. 
Nichols. Beverly F. 
Nix. Gary Richard 



Paoli, Michael E. 
Patten. Jimmy T. 
Rauls. Florence O. 
Rhodes. Iris A. 
Rice. Rainey M. 
Rogers. Sharlene 



Rollin. Mary K. 
Rose, James M. 
Simmons, Kathrvn G. 
Smith, Bobby J." 
Smith. Nita G. 
Sulli\an. Donna L. 



Thornton, M<ir>- L. 
Ti.sdell. Billie S. 
Tynme. Larry V, 
Walker. Jonathan M. 
Webb, Richard M. 
Whitaker. Clairena 



Williams. Janella L 
V\ilmer. Marlony N. 
Wise. Marsha H. 
Wolf. Rocke\ D. 
Yarrow. Grev K. 



315 



SOPHS 



Clark, Donna R 

Cpoeland, John J 

Cueras, Pamela J 

CuLumber, Robert L 

Cumbest, Don } 

Cutrer Jo E 



Dupree, Diane 

Gulbro, Chip 

Hickey, Daniel J. 

Hinton, Gary A. 

Horton, Gwendolyn L. 

James, Robert J. 



Johnson, Danny L. 

Johnson, Karen A. 

Knight, Steven H. 

Leonard, Joanna C. 

Lovins, Garry H. 

McKinnon, Susan M. 



McKissick, John M. 

Meeks, Frank O. 

Rawls, Sara A. 

Shelton, Norma L. 

Taylor, Ranmond K. 

Twiner, Karl E. 



Virustico, Deborah S. 

Wright, Michael P. 

Araica, Esmelda 

Barnett, H. Bardwell 



FROSH 



Boleware, Michael R. 

Bookout, Van S., Jr. 

Box, Mary 

Brantley, Lezley M. 

Brewer, Benny B. 

Burney, Cheryl E. 



Burt, J. Vonneice 

Bush, Linda 

Butler, Judy 

Campbell, Frances L. 

Carter, James T., Jr. 

Clark, Debra D. 



Beard, L. Daniel 

Brown, Andrea R. 

Burguet, Julia M. 

Carroll, Joyce L. 




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Colina. Jose G. 
Collins, Tammy M. 
Cooper, Malcolm L. 
Culchin, Loslic; D. 
Dalton, Mr;linda J. 
Davis, Louis A. 



Dresback. Kelly D. 
DuBose, Victor A. 
Uyt-ss, Ricky N. 
Eaves, Tenfnce D. 
fc!lchos, Martin M. 
Fillingame, Sharon G. 



Gavin, Lessie M. 
Gaylor, Cathy L. 
Gillette. Donjthy B. 
Grimsley. Melissa A. 
Hammond, Rebecca L. 
Harris, Brenda M. 



H(!nderson, Valerie F. 
Hickel. Hohn |. 
Hinton, Diiborah 
Imes. Georg S. 
Jackson. Earnest K. 
Jackson. Robert L. 



Jones, Anne C. 
Keith, Sandra R. 
Lane, Billy P. 
Larkin, Megan F. 
Lemina, Arlene 
Lindsey, John H.. 



Long, Donna F. 
Lowery, Bill M. 
Malchow, Dave H. 
Marks, Cynthia E. 
McLean. Pauline E. 
Meeks. loe 



Moran. Pern,- W. 
Nuzary. Michael K. 
Oberholzer. Karl D. 
Patete. Guy H. 
Picarich. David C. 
Polovich, Jerry E, 



R.isp, Mary 
Rcvette, Linda K. 
Robins, Elaine 
Rutland, Nancy L. 
Saxon, Jennifer J. 
Shell, Ronnie L, 



Shepard, Jim 
Spicor, Saniira D. 
Thornton, Melinda K. 
Toney, Bonila j, 
We.iry. Dorothy M. 
Willi.imson. Susan A. 



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INDEX 



ACTIVITIES 17 

ADMINISTRATION 113 

AFRO AMERICAN SOCIETY 216 

ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA 217 

ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 218 

ALPHA PHI OMEGA 219 

ART CLUB 220 

AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 222 

ANGEL FLIGHT .' 240 

ASSOCIATED GENERAL CONTRACTORS 241 

ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY 263 

BASEBALL 102 

BASKETBALL 94 

BEAUTIES 74 

BOTTOM AND COMPANY 32 

BUSINESS STUDENT ADVISORY COUNCIL 221 

CHEERLEADERS 90 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 130 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND PSYCHOLOGY 134 

COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS 138 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS 142 

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 146 

COLLEGIATE CIVITANS 248 

COMMONS 23 

CONCERT BAND 253 

CWENS 220 

DELSUR 234 

DELTA SIGMA PI 243 

DELTA SIGMA THETA 171 

DEPT. OF MILITARY SCIENCE 232 

DIXIE DARLINGS 259 

DORMITORIES 50 

ELECTIONS 26 

FEATURES 48 

FITS 229 

FOOD AND NUTRITION CLUB 247 

FOOD AND SERVICE EXECUTIVE ASSOCIATION 228 

FOOTBALL 82 

HELPING HANDS SOCIETY 245 

HOMECOMING '. 92 

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 242 

IFC 171 

INTRAMURALS 108 

JAZZ LAB 21 

255 

JERRY JEFF WALKER 20 

KAPPA KAPPA PSI 226 



KAPPA MU EPSILON 251 

KAPPA OMICRON PHI 247 

KOINONIACLUB 249 

LOCKLEY, TIM 72 

LUCAS, AUBREY 114 

MAGEE, MOLLIE 18 

MCLUB 224 

NEWMAN CLUB 241 

NO, NO NANETTE! 19 

OMICRON DELTA KAPPA 261 

PANHELLENIC 170 

PEN & SWORD 226 

PERSHING RIFLES 235 

PHI ALPHA THETA 260 

PHI CHI THETA 227 

PHI DELTA RHO 223 

PHI MU ALPHA 224 

PHI MU EPSILON 261 

PHI THETA KAPPA 244 

PHOTO SERVICE 257 

POM-POM GIRLS 225 

PRIDE 258 

RANGERS 234 

RESIDENT ASSISTANTS 246 

SCHOOL OF HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND 

RECREATION 150 

SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS 152 

SCHOOL OF NURSING 154 

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK 156 

SNASM 244 

SONGFEST 172 

SOUTHERN EXPOSURE 30 

SPEECH AND HEARING CLUB 250 

SPINNERS 34 

SPORTS 80 

STUDENT EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 245 

STUDENT PRINTZ 260 

STUDENT RELIGIOUS FEDERATION 225 

SYMPHONIC BAND 252 

TAMING OF THE SHREW 28 

TAU BETA SIGMA 223 

UAC 230 

UNION GAMEROOM 24 

UNIVERSITY SINGERS 256 

WESLEY FOUNDATION 251 

WEST SIDE STORY 19 

WHO'S WHO : 158 

YEARBOOK STAFF 262 






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PHOTO CREDITS 



Rick Golladay-8, 42, 45, 46, 59, 60, 63, 138, 139, 140, 141, 150, 153. 

John }acobs-5, 14, 17, 25, 32, 33, 34, 35, 52, 54, 55, 66, 68, 69, 108, 109, 110. Ill, 112. 136, 137, 138. 139. 231. 

Kenny Jones-40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 65, 130, 131, 132, 133. 

Steve Magee-54, 55, 56, 66. 

Ginger Melvin-9, 11, 12, 50, 51, 52, 54, 66. 

Gerald Noblin-3, 4, 13, 15, 22, 23, 26, 38, 39, 51, 58, 60, 62, 63, 65, 70, 71, 146, 147, 148, 149. 

Printz-19. 

John Solomon-10, 11, 55 108. 

Ye Olde Editor-5, 68, 71, 142, 143, 144, 145, 154, 155. 

All other pictures were taken by the USM Photo Service. 

SPECIAL THANKS TO 

The people at Paragon Press for their technical assistance. 

Billy Benson and Belle Graham, also of Paragon, for going out of their v^ay so many times to help us out. 

The lovely ladies of 218, Beverly and Amanda, for their last minute help on all deadlines and their daily 
smiles, without which the days would never have ended. 

The entire staff, for putting up with my foibles. 

And last, but not least, to me, because I edited the damn thing. 






DEDICATION 



THIS BOOK IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED TO WARREN K. DUNN. I KNOW DEDICATIONS WENT 
OUT OF FASHION A LONG TIME AGO, BUT HE'S EARNED IT. 



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